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Mushrooms are a series of items in the Animal Crossing series. They can be found near trees during Mushrooming Season. Only one type existed in the GCN games, increased to five types in City Folk. In City Folk and New Leaf, Mushroom Series furniture is disguised as mushrooms. They can be eaten in City Folk and New Leaf.
| Flat Mushroom|
| Skinny Mushroom|
| Round Mushroom|
| Elegant Mushroom|
| Rare Mushroom|
| Famous Mushroom|
In Animal Forest, Animal Forest e+, and Animal Crossing, mushrooms are fairly rare. They are only found early in the morning from October 15 to 25 from 8am to 9am. In this game there are only 5 every day, and after every 15 minutes one disappears.
Five types of mushrooms are found in City Folk, and all appear around the Mushrooming Season. The Rare Mushroom in City Folk is unique, as it is the only mushroom not found around trees. They are buried under trees, and have to be dug up. If the player gives Wendell any of the mushrooms, he will give them a pattern.
Special Stump Patterns let mushrooms grow all year round in New Leaf. Mushrooms do not grow around Special Stump Patterns every day and will appear on random days. Leaving these patterns will give an opportunity to receive all mushroom types. Rare mushrooms can only be found in perfect towns and, like in City Folk, are buried underground.
A new type is included, the Famous Mushroom, which sells for 16,000 Bells. When eaten the well-known growing sound from the Mario series can be heard and the player's size increases. The player returns to regular size shortly afterwards.
During the mushrooming season, about 6 of them will spawn near any tree or tree stump. However, one of these is a piece of the Mush Series in disguise. This phenomenon ends after the Harvest Festival.