Here are some examples:
A nice harvest of one of the Boletes, possibly a Suillus.
One of the Boletes up close, usually with a smooth cap, and variable markings on the stem…
… and spore tubes underneath, instead of gills.
I don’t recall what these gilled mushrooms are.
Amanita muscaria (a yellow/orange variety) just past the button stage …
In spite of the spore tubes this is NOT a Bolete. It is a Polypore of some sort attached to a yellow birch branch.
A common name for this mushroom is Fly agaric.
I don’t recall what these gilled mushrooms are:
Another gilled mushroom
This is NOT a chanterelle:
My best mushroom field guide was written many years ago by Orson K Miller. It remains a classic. Foraging for mushrooms is safe and lots of fun … if you know what you’re doing and don’t take chances. I suggest buying a good field guide if you want to eat wild mushrooms. Some of the internet websites are not reliable. This one appears to be quite good.