Witches’ Butter (Exidia glandulosa) and the parasitic galls of Heteromycophaga glandulosae. This is the most dramatic example I have encountered so far.
Annulohypoxylon multiforme var. multiforme on Birch (Betula pendula) – my photo above and Steve’s below.
Leafy Brain (Tremella foliacea) on Oak (Quercus. sp) – Steve’s photo.
Jelly Ear (Auricularia auricula-judae) on Common Holly (Ilex aquifolium) – Steve’s photo above and mine below.
Lepista sordida var. sordida above and below. They were found growing on all sides of a rotting hay bale.
Smoky Bracket (Bjerkandera adusta) that had been parasitised by a myxomycete species. My photo above and Steve’s below.
We found quite an eccentric looking example of Bleeding Oak Crust (Stereum gausapatum) – my photo above and Steve’s below.
Asci 8 spored, tips blued with Lugol. Spores elliptical, hyaline, smooth, 8-10 x 2-3 microns.
Brown Cup (Rutstroemia firma) – Steve’s photo.