These Amanitas are covered in Hypomyces hyalinus
This fungi causes the outer bark layer of oak trees to slough off in patches.
Spinellus fusiger on Mycena haemotopus. These are common for a few weeks in late summer.
This Cordyceps kills larva, then grows out to distribute it's spores.
A Lycoperdon species with a parasitic mold.
Fairy pins grow only on Trichaptum biforme (Purple Tooth). The purple tooth mushroom in this photo (it appears white because it is old) is only about 1.5 cm across.
Yes, corn smut is a fungus.
The yellow fungi here (with cap) is the parasitic bolete. It grows on the fruitbodies of Scleroderma, the earthball fungi.
Puccinia bolleyana, photo by Carl Kurtz
Puccinia bolleyana scan
Fairy Pins on Purple Tooth.
A closer look at the Fairy Pins.
photographer jim frinkmushroomfungibrownyellowparasiteearthballBoletus parasiticus on Scleroderma citrinum