There wasn't an awful lot of cap fungi around while I was in The Lake District this year, I was a month earlier than last time I was over. There was lots of Turkey tale (Trametes versicolor) and small brown and white caps which weren't really interesting to me.
The stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) was my best find, I found it whilst walking from Monk Coniston to Tarn Howes, lets be honest - my nose found it when my eyes would have completely missed it!
The others I haven't had time to ID yet, so any help would be appreciated. I wasn't actually out looking for fungi but was walking and just took quick piccies on my way, so I haven't been good at getting measurements and photo's of different angles etc - sorry.
Images 1,2 and 3 were all taken at Haybridge Nature reserve.
1. I was that busy looking at the dead mans fingers I didn't notice the red flame like fungi until I checked the images on the computer, so an ID would be good!
2. These were about 2cm tall, there were more than these and some had opened out a lttle and others were alot smaller. This was the easiest to photograph.
4. Seen at Monk Coniston about 8cm tall.