A bit further, buttery collybias.
Still further along the footpath, strict-branch coral fungi.
And a false blusher mushroom.
We continued. Lactarius fluens.
And buttery collybias again; this time more fit for photography.
On a branch, granular jelly roll fungi.
In a ditch, mallards. Egyptian geese on the bank.
Clouded agarics in a circle.
Stay tuned, there will be more on Elswout fungi on this blog.
Ramaria roellinii in Berkheide, the Netherlands: here.
Stereum gausapatum photo: here.
Ramaria myceliosa var. microspora and Ramaria abietina var. valida photos: here.
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