Hydnangiaceae includes four genera and are found throughout the world but prefers cooler temperatures. They form ectomy-corrhizal relationships with various tree species that have fruit bodies with stipes and caps.
Laccaria are small pink-to-flesh-coloured or purple mycorrhizal fungi found under both native and exotic trees. These have white spiny spores with basida that are either 2 or 4 spored. The gills are often thick and waxy and usually purple, pinkish, or flesh-coloured. The cap is never slimy, which helps in separating them from the waxy gills.
The fungi below are those that I have been unable to identify beyond their genus. This may be due to me not understanding the keys or a species that has not yet been described (named).