It was a beautiful autumn day, so Michael and I decided to have a walk through the Crags in the glorious sunshine.
Small Moss Oysterling (Arrhenia retiruga) - above and below.
They parasitise different species of moss and they were really difficult to capture as they were so small. The caps were 5-10mm and no more, they lacked a stem and gills (as I know them) and had what I can only describe as a smooth wavy undersurface. I have kept a voucher specimen as they are supposed to be quite rare, but once again they are probably over-looked as they are so small.
Common Earthball (Scleroderma citrinum).
Velvet Shank (Flammulina velutipes).
Purplepore Bracket (Trichaptum abietinum).
Beech Jellydisc (Neobulgaria pura - above and below).
Ochre Brittlegill (Russula ochroleuca).
Towards the Sun, by Michael.