I did a loop of Crimsworth Dean with Basil and here are a few of the fungi that I saw along the way.
Pale Stagshorn (Calocera pallisospathulata).
Crimped Gill (Plicatura crispa) above and two below.
Clustered Bonnet (Mycena inclinata) above and five below.
It is a shame that this photo was out of focus but here they are peeking out of a decorticated Quercus log.
White adnate gills which had a rancid odour.
The stipe is pale at the apex which gradually darkens to a russet brown towards the base.
Cheilocystidia clavate, irregularly shaped with cylindrical, simple to branched projections.
Spores ellipsoide to pip shaped and smooth. 7.5-10 x 5-6 microns.
Meadow Waxcap (Hygrocybe pratensis) above and two below.
There were lots of these dotted around the field.
Small Moss Oysterling (Arrhenia retiruga) above and two below. I had no choice but to use my flash in the wood as it was very dark.
Taken later at home – above and below.
Candlesnuff Crazy (Xylaria hypoxylon).
Silverleaf Fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum) above and below.
A healthy Brown Rollrim (Paxillus involutus).
Beech Jellydisc (Neobulgaria pura).