It was a shame that Oliver wasn’t with me when I went for my walk as I did find quite a few species and some such as the Lacrymaria that I hadn’t seen before. Apologies for some really rotten photographs, I thought they looked okay on playback but when I got home they happened to be dreadful and really grainy so I shall have to retrace my steps and take some better ones!

Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius).

Club Foot (Ampullolitocybe clavipes).

Black Bulgar (Bulgaria inquinans).

Common Rustgill (Gymnopilus penetrans). 

Spotted Toughshank (Rhodocollybia maculata) – in an almost perfect ring, above and below.

Bay Bolete (Boletus badius)

Trooping Funnel (Clitocybe geotropa).

Jellybaby (Leotia lubrica).

Yellow Stagshorn (Calocera viscosa).

Variable Webcap (Cortinarius anomalus).

Weeping Widow (Lacrymaria lacrymabunda) – above and weeping gills below.

Orange Peel Fungus (Auricularia mesenterica) – above and below. 

Purple Jellydisc (Ascocoryne sarcoides) – above and below with a yellow friend.

Jelly Rot (Phlebia tremellosa) – upper surface above and the intricately pocketed surface below.

Tiny sausage shaped spores 3.5-4 x 1.

Wooly Fibrecap (Inocybe lanuginosa var. lanuginosa) above and spores below.

Spores 8-10 x 5-6.