In view of graphical and/or metabolic techniques, it is hard to identify wild mushrooms. In order to institute the personalities of wild collections, molecular markers, particularly DNA indicators, are fast and accurate including beneficial in mushroom’s nomenclature. Therefore, a vigorous attempt to interpret the wild mushrooms by genomic techniques is considered in this study. The bacterial content used for this study is the wild mushroom flowering body. The mushroom's genetic DNA was removed, the genetic DNA rDNA-ITS tiny piece was amplification using ITS1 and ITS4 serums and assigned to the identification of amino acid sequence. The resulting montage was connected employing the Clarified Range model from Jukes-Cantor. Fifty-six specimens were gathered from different venues in approximate expanses of the mountain range in the research of the inclusiveness of wild mushrooms. The samplings were allocated to fifteen organizations, each comprising a subspecies, depending on ten morphological traits. Eleven classes were described at level of the organism, while the other four were unable to do so, and it is proposed that they are Agaricales sensu Lato. Chlorophylum molybdates were the most prevalent species. There were three classes of designated species: Agaricales, Phallales and Polyporales. Four families were characterised by Agaricales.