I like Coriolus versicolor and Pleurotus ostreatus the most. The former because of aggressive growth and versatility in substrates. Pleurotus because it also gives yummy mushrooms
@Elise is working on a large dataset of species and substrates. She may be able to help you. Perhaps even to exchange species?
You can also harvest local mushrooms and start a culture from that. If you pick wild ones carefully, you could use this guide to propagate them: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/mushrooms/propagating-mushroom-ends.htm
In fact, harvesting local mushrooms makes a lot of sense, since these will likely be well adapted to local temperatures, humidity, ... and substrates.