October 2010. Another batch of photographs taken last October.
Firstly, Elvaston Castle, Derbyshire. Found an interesting fungus which resembles Boletus Calopus. The cap being very light grey with a very definite suede/velvet texture. The stem though has no characteristic netting pattern. In fact, it looked like a rhubarb stick!
Also came across what I think is a Mycena rosea. This was solitary and buried in leaf-litter. Smelt of radish.
Also October 2010. Samson Wood, Nottinghamshire. Found what I believe is a Boletus edulis and finally a beautiful Omphalina ericetorum amongst grass and moss.
All can now be seen on Browse 3.