The find of the day for me was the C. aeruginascens as I have encountered the green mycelium before but never the fruiting bodies. They were very small 3mm maximum and I think they must be going to get slightly bigger as literature states they reach 5mm.
Green Elfcup (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) - above and spores below. Found on Betula pendula.
Spores 2 guttulate, 7-10 x 1.5-2 microns. I shall go back and retrieve some more samples and take some infinitely better photographs down the microscope!
Common Eyelash (Scutellinia scutellata) - above and microscopy shots below.
Rooting, multiply septate hairs, pointed at the tips, thick walled, dark brown. Paraphyses, septate with orange coloured swollen tips.
Asci 8 spored, verruculose, hyaline, 18-21 x 11-13 microns.
Velvet Shank (Flammulina velutipes).
Rosellinia aquila - above and spores below.
Mature spore. Smooth with germination cleft, 20-25 x 7-8 microns.
Immature spore - guttulate.
Stump Puffball (Lycoperdon pyriforme) on the top of the log and Common Inkcap (Coprinopsis atramentaria) nestled below.