I had a wander around the pine plantation at Turvin Clough to see if I could find the H. hypothejus but I couldn't find it so I'll have scurry around the area to see if I can find it in another location in the next few weeks or so. I did however manage to find quite a few different species along the way.
Snakeskin Brownie (Hypholoma marginatum). I found these trooping on the pine needle litter and on dead pine logs. The caps have a pale margin with white velar remnants and the stems were covered in silky scales that were easily rubbed away.
The broadly adnate gills were pale olivaceous/buff, but they do turn brown with age.
An immature specimen with veil.
Peeling Oysterling (Crepidotus mollis).
Sheathed Woodtuft (Kuehneromyces mutabilis) - above and below.
Butter Cap (Rhodocollybia butyracea).
Sulphur Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare).
Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) - I thought they must have all gone by now!
Candlesnuff Fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon).
Purple Jellydisc (Ascocoryne sarcoides).
Asci eight spored, paraphyses filiform - some of them forked with swollen tips.
Asci tips blued with Melzer's. Spores 2 guttulate, 2-3 septate, 14-20 x 3-5.
Common Jelly Spot (Dacrymyces stillatus).
Common Rustgill (Gymnopilus penetrans)
Cheilocystidia bottle shaped with a rounded head.
White Saddle (Helvella crispa).
Turkeytail (Trametes versicolor) and Hairy Curtain Crust (Trametes hirsutum)