I think either Amanita muscaria (fly agaric) or Amanita flaviconia (yellow patches)
Wrinkled-cap psathyrella. Could possibly be Psathyrella rugocephala (corrugated-cap psathyrella), but can only be truly determined based on spores.
It has nuts and 1 ft diameter.
It has no nuts or berries and has a 2ft diameter
The Sliver Maple is estimated to be 23 to 27 feet. The leaf itself is toothed and lobed.
The Tulip Tree leaf is lobed and not toothed. It was found in a forrest surrounded by other tulip trees.
The Blue Ash bark had many small bumps on it and is very thin. It was found it in a forrest with other ash tree.
Either Suillus luteus or salmonicolor
Black-edged pluteus (see closeup of gills)
Also called "Japanese umbrella inky"
Bay-brown (or Black-footed) polypore
The needles are single and white-blue color. They are also extremely sharp. This tree is in my backyard at the edge of the woods.
Needles are bunched, tree is sappy. Needles are mostly on the outside of the tree, it is losing its needles
Fairly small tree, small leaves, clustered berries, dark brown bark
Very tall tree. Not many branches, thick trunk and some were barren
Tree is very large, has small round berry like fruit. Leaves are clustered and have long stems
Fairly large tree, many small leaflets, branches resemble a fan, some leaves have a yellow color