Mushroom diversity of Azerbaijan is not widely investigated. Mushroom specimens were collected during field surveys in Shaki-Zagatala region in 2013-2019 and identified by morphological features. Along with phenotypic features, the size, shape and color of spores, recent taxonomic and nomenclature updates were taken into account. The most common edible mushroom species in the district are Boletus aereus, B. reticulatus, Leccinum pseudoscabrum, while most widespread poisonous species are Amanita pantherina, Coprinus picaceus and Hypholoma fasciculare. Few of edible species, such as Butyriboletus appendiculatus, Lepista nuda and Tuber aestivum are rare on this territory, and Galerina marginata and Rubroboletus satanas are rare poisonous mushrooms. Russula heterophylla represents a new record for Azerbaijan.