Foxley Wood

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Inkcap Sp

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Pleated Inkcap (Parasola plicatilis)

Possibly but they are difficult to tell apart with photographs Could also be Parasola leiocephala.

Thanks to @Norwichbirder for help and comments.

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Frosty Bonnet (Mycenae ascendens)

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Fungi Sp

The cap isn't unlike Inocybe hysteria, but this would have a scaly stipe too.

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Sulphur Tuft (Hyphaloma fasciculare)

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Twig Parachute (Marismiellus ramealis)

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Brown Birch Bolette (Leccinum scabrum) or Scaber Stalk

The underside doesn't change when bruised and there is no colouration when cut.

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Fairy Inkcap (Coprinellus disseminatus)

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Young Sulphur Tuft or…?

The ? was moving in the right direction for this one.

Sulphur Tuft always have a yellow stem even when young.

which makes this

Clustered Brittlestem (Psathyrella piluliformis)

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Bleeding Oak Crust perhaps?

Hairy Curtain Crust (Stereum hirsutum)

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Oak Mazegill (Daedalea quercina)

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Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria)

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Mycena Sp Bonnet Sp

Probably faded Mycena galericulata but not really confirmable from the pictures.

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Bracket Sp? A harsh velvety feel on Hazel

Hazel Porecrust (Dichomitus citricremeus

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Fungus Sp A bit too wet to tell.

As ever a huge thanks to James Emerson (@Norwichbirder) for help with comments and ids.

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Spider Sp







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Felbrigg Great Wood

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Crane Fly Sp

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Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)

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Toothed Crust Fungus? (Basidioradulum radulum)

It could be a young Toothed Crust Fungus but the possibilities include the Radulomyces pair confluens or molaris.

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Hairy Crust Fungus (Stereum hirsutum)

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Crepidotus Sp?

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Toothed Crust Fungus? (Basidioradulum radulum)

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Fungus Sp?

Interesting thin Grey Crust Fungus

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Oysterling Sp

Of which there are two browny grey ones Resupinatus trichotis - Hairy Oystering & R applannatus, which isn't hairy on top.

Look for hair next time.

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A rather nice Red Crust Fungus?

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Fungus Sp? 3

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Root Rot ? (Heterobasidion annosum)

Probably not as the pores aren't quite right.

More likely

Bjerkandera adusta/fumosa

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Coral Spot Fungus (Nectria cinnabarina)

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White Brain Fungus (Exidia thuretiana)?

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Fennugreek Stalkball on Beech (Phloegena faginea)

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Honey Fungus Sp? (Armillaria Sp)?

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Upright Coral? Ramaria Sp? Underneath Beech in a wet gully.

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Artist's bracket ? (Ganoderma applantum)

It could be but not quite enough information because another possibility is Ganoderma austral

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Crust Fungus Sp? Probably a grown up version of Toothed Crust Fungus

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Slime Mold Sp?

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Spider Sp?

Ah No

The body shape indicates a Harvestmen Sp


Thanks to James Emerson @NorwichBirder for help with comments and ids.





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