Well, they are not really for toads to sit on, they are not designed to be eaten, or kicked, and they won't kill your lawn. They are in fact short-lived fruits arising from the diffuse but extensive underground networks of food-gathering filaments produced by many fungi.
Their job is to make spores, and to release them into the air for long-range dispersal. A mushroom has three obvious parts --
(1) an upright stalk, (2) a more or less horizontal cap at the top of the stalk, and (3) a bunch of what we call 'gills' on the under-side of the cap (though they have nothing to do with breathing). The gills are covered with huge numbers of special spore-making cells called basidia
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