Eventually , the bread ran out , and the Mandarins went back to the most inaccessible part of the lake , well out of camera distance . Whilst there , I had a look round for fungi , but it was in very short supply . A few False Chanterelles and a few Polypores were all that was found , until walking back through a grassy area , I spotted Clavulinopsis fusiformis-Golden Spindles ,growing amongst the blades of grass . I posted it's white relation C.vermicularis-White Spindles a little while ago . On the way home , I called in on the Common , to see how the Rhodotus palmatus which I posted a couple of weeks ago . The smaller specimen has been well chewed , but the larger one has turned from it's original pink colour , into it's Apricot/Peach mature colour . As I have said before , many fungi species only last a few days at best , but this one , if not damaged or chewed , seems to go one for quite some time .
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