Tyrrels Wood Fungus Foray, 28 October 2018

With the clocks gone back and the dark nights with us I felt something suitably autumnal was in order this afternoon. So it was a wander around our local ancient wood - Tyrrel's Wood.
I didn't find any fungi that were spectacularly beautuful but there was a reasonable variety of these fascinating things.
I didn't have much of a clue to the id's so many thanks to James Emerson for helping me out!

Rosy Bonnet

Pipe Club Fungus

Common Puffball

Birch Polypore

Ugly Milkcap

Trechispora mollusca

Probably a lichen rather than a fungus but a nice looking thing!

Bonnet sp

Birch Polypore

  Glistening Inkcap

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