Blue Roundhead (Stropharia caerulea) - above and three below.
Dorsal view of the caps.
Here you can see the slime almost dripping from the caps.
If you zoom in the gill edges are brown which distinguishes from S. aeruginosa where the gill edges remain white. The gills are also speckled with rust coloured spots and the spores have no germ pore.
We noticed these Slender Clubs (Macrotyphula juncea) on the way back and they would be very easy to miss as they look like the stems from the fallen leaves at first glance.
White Domecap (Lyophyllum connatum). The photo above was taken on the 7th October on a previous visit with Steve and the photo below was taken on the 1st November.