Spring Pin (Cudoniella clavus).
Blackfoot Polypore (Polyporus leptocephalus), on Acer pseudoplatanus.
Cap above, pores below.
Hymenoscyphus species, I haven’t had time to view it microscopically yet.
Tuberous Polypore (Polyporus tuberaster) .agg, on Quercus robur. Cap above and pores below.
Sulphur Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare), above and below.
A Myxomycete species above and below on Quercus robur. When I turned it upside down it was covered in the same species of beetle, that were mining the one I found with Michael Sykes at Rough Hey Wood last week. They must have a symbiotic relationship with certain slime moulds, as they were mating underneath it and it was a hive of activity, so I left this one in situ.
Elder Whitewash (Hyphodontia sambuci).
Wolf’s Milk Slime (Lycogala epidendrum), on Quercus robur above and below.
Synchytrium taraxaci, above and below
Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus), cap above, gills below.
Brittle Cinder (Kretzschmaria deusta), above and below.