Went for another rehab walk today around local NT grounds today with no real opportunity with fur or feather to capture a photograph, but its that time of the year so a few fungi about to make a change. I have no idea what any of them are so if there is anyone out there who could put names to them that would be a great help.
This group were under a Laurel bush with a squirrel possibly eating one, no idea if squirrel eat magic mushrooms? I think it might have been nibbling the one on its top on far right of picture.
These next ones were almost like a carpet amongst the trees.
No idea if these next one's are mini bracket fungi or not, with so many I suspect not.
Needless to say fungi on toast were not on the menu when we got home, so it was just garlic and butter.
What a wonderful selection of fungi but with thousands to choose from and close similarities I can't help much with ID but found a website with photo galleries if you want to take a week to meander through them lol
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