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OK, here's a few quick first impressions. I didn't bother looking up anything because I have a ton of homework and study for a big test tomorrow.
DSCN3641 suggests a Melanoleuca to me. DSCN3647 looks like a Stropharia. The Huge Shelf Fungus looks like probably a Ganoderma, but I'm actually not at all good at polypores. The Unknown Fungus looks like it's from one of the several general similar to Pleurotus. The second Unknown Fungus suggests a Galerina to me, but I'd want to study it in more detail. The third Unknown Fungus is in pretty bad shape. Maybe a Coprinellus? The Unknown Mushroom looks at first glance a lot like Schizophyllum. I can't see the gills well enough to tell. The second Unknown Mushroom is a Clitocybe. As a genus they take me more effort than I generally want to spend to ID them to species. DSCN3652 would automatically be a very interesting mushroom, just because of the habitat. Any time a mushroom grows from a really specialized habitat like that it's likely to be something really unusual. DSCN3655, with a pinkish/salmon spore print would be one of the many Entolomas. DSCN3668 is Auricularia auricula, Tree Ears. They're edible, but don't have much flavor. They're widely used in oriental cooking to provide texture. DSCN3894 is a Hygrocybe. I can't be sure I see any black bruising, so it could be any of several very similar species that are easiest to distinguish form each other by seeing what parts are slimy and what the slime tastes like. DSCN3930 looks like a Pholiota. DSCN3987 are Russulas. Accurate ID of Russulas to species requires a microscope except for a few very distinctive species. The ones in your photo are not in the easy group.
Thank you so much for your help, I have been IDing other organisms for years but am new to fungus. The info that you gave me will both help me learn and keep me occupied with my field guides and internet searches for hours.