As has become standard practice I checked the Stinkhorns and had a pleasant surprise.
This is the one I have been waiting for but it is still much the same. Not one foot away a perfect specimen has grown and I never realised it was there.
Was it worth the wait? Yes I think so they aren’t rare but as they only last such a short time they are quite exciting. Two more fungi today.
This is Slippery Jack; Suillus luteus. These are edible and I did try them last year but you ought to remove the orange slimy covering. They are not really worth the bother but I may pick, prepare and try drying some for popping in stews.
The last one has me baffled. It’s growing on a Beech tree and a fine specimen. I am almost sure it isn’t Beech Bracket.
That's all for today, enjoy your week.