Fly Agaric. Countless fairytales feature this one, usually with a fairy sitting on top. Not to be eaten though, or you might just start seeing the fairies.
Something I didn’t know; heavy rain can sometimes wash off the little white bits, (velum), and make it easily confused with similar looking, edible mushrooms.
Fly Agaric, again. You’ll find these growing under spruces and birches, on acidic soil.
This next one is a ‘bracket fungus’.
Not sure of its name, but it looks like someone has launched a burger into the tree.
And these little things. I must read this book properly!
As I found it; and there it stayed. Unknown; for now.
All these were found on a visit to RSPB Sandy, at the weekend. Walking across one of the heaths, I found a large area of these.