The recent rain has rehydrated these Jelly Ears (Auricularia auricula-judae). Found on a fallen, dead oak branch.
Common Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus). They were found in a group of six.
This is a Stinkhorn egg that I broke open with a stick and you can just see the gelatinous contents inside.
Collared Parachute (Marasmius rotula). I found this lovely group on the side of the path growing woody debris.
Free gills with a distinct collar and a wiry stem.