Fungi

Agrocybe rivulosa, at Gressenhall. The first Norfolk record for a rapidly spreading woodchip alien. Photographer: Tony Leech
Nut disco (Hymenoscyphus fructigenus) Growing on the remains of a Hazel nut.. Photographer: Mike Ottley
Scarlet Wax Caps. Photographer: Hans Watson
Shaggy Parasols. Photographer: Hans Watson
Dune waxcap (Hygrocybe conicioides). An unusually pallid example. Photographer: Tracy Money
Many-zoned Polypore. Photographer: Hans Watson
Honey Fungus. Photographer: Hans Watson
Porcelain Fungi. Photographer: Brian Macfarlane
Magpie fungus (Coprinus picaceus) in the gardens at Blickling Hall. Photographer: David Paull
Lepista inversa (Tawny Funnel Cap) Broome Pits. Photographer: Colin Jacobs
Amanita muscaria (Fly Agaric) Broome Pits . Photographer: Colin Jacobs
Snowy Waxcap (Hygrocybe virginea). Edgefield Nov 2011. Photographer: photo contributor
Snowy Waxcap (Hygrocybe virginea). Edgefield Nov 2011. Photographer: Simon Harrap
Earthstar. Photographer: Hans Watson
Amethyst Deceivers. Photographer: Hans Watson
Earthstars. Photographer: Hans Watson
Chanterelles. Photographer: Hans Watson
Birch Polypore. Photographer: Hans Watson
Laetiporus sulphureus (Bull) Chicken of The Woods Gillingham 2nd June 2009. Photographer: Colin Jacobs
Calvatia excipuliformis puffballs. Photographer: Hans Watson
Stereum hirsutum. Photographer: Bob Ellis