According to the others the list was the biggest they've ever had on a field trip. I noted down some of what we saw but the 'official recorder' has the full list which will be shared in due course. Many specimens were also taken away for further analysis!
Highlights for me were the superb Scarlet Caterpillerclub which parasites caterpillar larvae and Shooting Star, a tiny fungus of dead wood which shoots it's spore out at high speed. Apart from those photographed and shown below I also noted down Fly Agaric, Clouded Agaric, Wood Blewit, Grassland Puffball, Orange Mosscap, Collared Mosscap, Slender Parasol, Powdery Earthcap, Bark Bonnet, Brown Cap, Spotted Toughshank, Peppery Roundhead, Wrinkled Crust, Hairy Curtain Crust, Lumpy Bracket, Frothy Porecrust, Tan Pinkgill, Rooting Shank, Silky Pinkgill, Colmans Waxcap, Spangle Waxcap, Stump Brittlestem and Club Foot.
It was an educational day to say the least!
Bleeding Oak Crust