There were lots of Candlesnuff fungi just starting to grow out of the moss. When they get a bit older, the white tops turn into little spiky antlers.
|Common Ink Cap|
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We couldn't find many types of bracket fungus, except for this one that was hiding away inside a tree stump. I think this is called Artist's Fungus and is named because you can draw on the white lower surface and the shape vaguely resembles an artist's palette.
|Green Wood-cup fruiting bodies|
|Green Wood-cup mycelium inside the log|
There were some King Alfred's Cakes around, named because of their burnt appearance.
|King Alfred's Cakes|