More fungi

More fungi

fungi
This is a fantastic time of year for fungi. They can turn up in the oddest of places too. I recently came across some shaggy inkcaps that were growing in small gravel-filled gap between a paved pathway and a concrete wall. However, these fungi, above, were found in more typical surroundings. Most of these here were in found in woods in Oxfordshire, while the ink caps were found on a lawn adjacent to Coventry Cathedral. I must get round to identifying them...
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Autumn fungi

Autumn fungi

photography
Fungi are amazing organisms. This small collection were all photographed within the same week but across four different locations. The inkcaps (3rd and 4th, top row) were found growing out of a mix of hard gravel and stones between a concrete wall and a paved footpath. The bracket fungi were all on the same rotting tree stump. The large parasols, about 10cm across, (1st and 2nd, top row) were in a garden. I think that the cluster of fungi shown in the bottom row, last image, is honey fungus, but I'm not entirely sure.
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