|#100DaysOfNature Day 99|
Initially there seemed to be very few fungi, but there was actually quite a lot there, it just took a bit of hunting as it was all well camouflaged in the fallen leaves.
We found two very small Amethyst Deceivers. The picture doesn't show the colour very well as they were actually really quite purple. There were also several patches of Rosy Bonnets. They are pale pink when they are newly grown, turning darker as they get older. They're a pretty colour, but toxic, so not to be touched.
|Pale pink, newly emerged Rosy Bonnets|
|A Rosy Bonnet that has turned darker as it aged|
We found a few different ink caps - They start out domed, then flatten out, turn black and start to disintegrate, literally dripping away like ink (hence the name).
|I believe this is an ink cap that has started to disintegrate|
|#100DaysOfNature Day 96 - Magpie Ink Cap|
There were several types of bracket fungus, including Many-zones Polypore, Dryad's Saddle and Artisit's Fungus.
|The underside of Artist's Fungus - it gets it's name because you are|
supposed to be able to draw on the white surface.
|Maybe a type of bracket fungus - it looked well chewed!|
|Large yellow fungus hidden in the leaf litter|
|Growing out of a hole in a log|
|Looks a bit like popcorn - called Variable Oysterling|
|#100DaysOfNature Day 98 - Variable Oysterlings|
We also found a tree trunk with lots of holes in it, that I believe are made by a bee, maybe a Carpenter Bee.