This list gives information on the wood-destroying fungi collected in the Iranian forests and from felled logs and boards in sawmills until now. They are mainly from the region of the Caspian Forests and from the climatically dry region between Teheran and Azarbaidjan, North Iran. It is understood, that this document may help to give more knowledge outside the country about the specific problems of Iran, or concerned with the regions of the Middle East with great varieties of climate. The collection, which is far from complete, includes 76 species of fungi belonging to 46 different genera. Several of the species have been published already nationally, some internationally. Some species have just been recognised recently in Iran and are mentioned for the first time. These species are marked with (+). All samples of fungi collected are conserved and kept in the laboratories of the Department of Wood Science at the Faculty of Natural Resources, Karadj. Their identification was undertaken by the author and with help of the Centre Technique du Bois, Services des Recherches et Essais (Lab Mycologie du Bois), Paris, and of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.