I visited Brandon Woods today in search of fungi. As in most years they were plentiful, though not as prolific as last year. I also searched in vain for any Fly Agaric which I saw last year. The Fly Agaric is not that rare, but it is one fungus which I could have identified positively. No doubt more knowledgeable friends will sort out some ids for me. The only one that I can identify positively is the stag's horn fungus in the last but one shot. In the final shot I had spotted the slug gorging on mycelium, but I didn't see the tiny snail until I looked at the images at home.
First, two views of the same colony on rotting timber:
on the forest floor:
This (on a well rotted tree stump) had a cap which is half the size of my little finger nail
On the floor:
The next 3 images were on the rotting end of a sawn off tree. The Stag's horn may be seen in the first image to give some idea of scale: