Lots of Ramaria stricta were found around a dead Elder . As it's name says , Tawny Funnel Cap-Clitocybe flaccida .Another descriptive common name , White Coral Fungus-Clavulina cristata .The beautifully textured Pluteus umbrosus .Same family as the Fly Agaric , Amanita spissa . Delicately colourful , Panaeolus acuminatus .
These were just a few of the species found on a great day out in the woods .
I did take one shot today , a moth that flew in and settled in the cab of our vehicle . I thought at the time it could be a Brimstone Moth , but it isn't . I have also ruled out Speckled Yellow . Now I need some help please Dean .
Many thanks to Dean/DDD and Keith/Wonderwings Wanderings , who identified the moth as a Pink-barred Sallow , and also Terry via Phil/Sharp by Nature for confirmation .
Little wonder I never get the ID right . I put combinations of yellow/gold and pink/purple into the identification key search on UK Moths , and Pink-barred Sallow doesn't come up .