FUNGUS 28 (I originally thought that this was a Pluteus, but the gills seem to be connected to the stipe). This may be the same species as the probable Melanoleuca (Fungus 10).
FUNGUS 29 - Hygrocybe virginea
FUNGUS 30 - probably Mycena galericulata
FUNGUS 31 - Leptosphaeria ovina? (suggested by Penny C)
FUNGUS 32 (Resupinate sp. on log)
FUNGUS 35 - Clitocybe gibba?
FUNGUS 36 - Agaricus xanthodermus
Phaeolus schweinitzii (Dyer's Mazegill) - found on a tree root close to the Agaricus xanthodermus (21/10/21).
Aleuria aurantia (Orange Peel Fungus) - found close to this spot by Justin (21/10/21)
FUNGUS 39 - Stropharia caerulea
FUNGUS 40 - probably Tubaria furfuracea
FUNGUS 41 - with possibly yellow in the stipe, Penny wonders whether this might be a Strobilurus sp., which would be growing on the remains of a Pine or Spruce cone.
FUNGUS 42 - Bolbitius titubans
FUNGUS 43 - Panaeolus acuminatus (pruinose dark red stems; conical hygrophanous cap; spores 13 x 9 microns, rhomboid in face view, though I couldn't make out the germ pore)
FUNGUS 44 - Hygrocybe psitticina (These specimens and the following were on the other side of the path)
FUNGUS 45 - Clavaria fragilis (spores about 4 x 6 microns with lots of internal droplets, though not straightforward to see even x 1000!)
FUNGUS 47 - Entoloma sp.
FUNGUS 48 - Hygrocybe ceracea (Cap greasy, stem dry & less than 5mm)
FUNGUS 49 (the one on the left above!)
FUNGUS 50 - probably Hygrocybe psitticina
FUNGUS 51 - possibly a dried-out Gliophorus irrigatus
FUNGUS 53 - possibly a dried-out Dermoloma; check for mealy smell
FUNGUS 54 - possiblya dried-out Dermoloma; check for mealy smell
FUNGUS 55a - Clavulinopsis fusiformis (these spindles were fused at the base; spores 'subglobose with prominent apiculus)
FUNGUS 55b - Clavulinopsis helvola (spores with 'large, blunt warts and tubercles')
FUNGUS 56 - Hebeloma sp.
FUNGUS 57 - Hebeloma sp.
FUNGUS 59 - Inocybe sindonia (identified by Penny C)
FUNGUS 60 - Hebeloma sp.
On 4th November, 2021, Justin noted lots of material of a yellow club species appearing on the grassland to the right of the church.
A revisit on 21st November, 2021, confirmed the now mature material as Clavulinopsis corniculata (see below).
During the visit on November 4th, he also found the following specimen close to the church door. After spending time with it he can now confirm that it is Lepista saeva.
A new species during the November 21st visit was Clitocybe fragrans.