Last Tuesday it rained all morning so we all spent our time in the Great Glasshouse. Peter and I went for a stroll around the various flowerbeds to see if there were still any fungi about. There were a few largish groups that had collapsed into a mildewy mess but we found 4 that were still intact enough to photograph.
A large group of Collared Earthstars (Geastrum triplex) all in various stages of display, from completely closed through to completely open. A solitary Redlead Roundhead (Stropharia aurantiaca) grasping onto a piece of woodchip amongst the gravel.