1-3. Frozen Witches’ Butter (Exidia glandulosa).
Woodwart (Hypoxylon multiforme).
The broken perithicia (pores), are clearly visible, through which the ascospores escape.
Chaetospaerella phaeostroma an ascomycota, commonly found in broadleaved woodland, including Ilex. A big thanks goes out to Nick Aplin for his identification.
Orange Cups insitu.
Orange cups viewed with a microscope (above and below).
I am waiting for an identification. I will update you when I have received one.
Nettle Rash (Leptosphaeria acuta).
The above three are Blushing Bracket (Daedaleopsis confragosa).
Nick Aplin has examined these and give a positive identification of Rosellinia aquila, a carbonaceous Pyrenomycetes.
You can see in the photograph above, the broken perithecia.
Didymella lutea. Thank you to Nick Aplin for identifying them.