Bitter Beech Bolete (Boletus calopus). It has a pale grey/brown cap, a red reticulated stem and lemon tubes. All the fleshy parts of the fungus bruise a lovely blue colour when handled or cut. I also find that it has an unpleasant aroma to it too but that is just my opinion.
Peachysteve’s photograph above and two below.
Blackfoot Polypore (Polyporus leptocephalus). It has a wavy cap margin, a fine porous under surface and the basal part of the stem is black
We found a slug eaten Deer Shield (Pluteus cervinus), you can just see the culprit slithering away.
It has unique cheilocysidia that have curved hooks/antlers at the neck.
Spores 7-8 x 5-6 microns.
Sheathed Woodtuft (Kuehneromyces mutabilis). This has a bright tan hygrophanous cap that is always lighter at the centre when it is wet and a ring on the stem.