RMW7YNF7–Parasol mushroom (Lepiota / Macrolepiota procera) on cliff top, Widemouth Bay, Cornwall, UK, November.
RM2K5E0R3–Likely Clitocybaceae family. Fungi> Basidiomycota> Agaricomycetes> Agaricomycetidae> Agaricales> Clitocybaceae.?The members of this family have white to light pink/buff spores, no volva or annulus and the gills are generally decurrent. In general, members of this family are difficult to name for lack of any distinguishing features. Photographed in New Zealand. Credit: BSpragg
RF2BNFCH0–Waxgill fungi Agaricales species
RF2J7FYCW–Lycoperdon perlatum - Pedo de lobo, cuesco de lobo or pearl puffball is a fungus of the order Agaricales
RMG0DG6H–Fly Agaric used from some cultures as intoxiccant
RM2HR0JCH–Lesson's frog (Pelophylax lessonae) and Late Inocybe (Inocybe tarda), Vosges du Nord Regional Nature Park, France
RF2AJA6JX–Shaggy Inkcap mushroom (Coprinus comatus) growing on a lawn in autumn. Tipperary, Ireland
RF2AR30G8–Russula sanguinea mushroom
RMBT9K8D–Mushroom from the Martin Breg hill forest, near Dugo Selo, Croatia.
RM2JXDHJ3–Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus). Fruiting bodies on dead tree trunk. Germany
RM2D6H1KE–Amethyst Deceiver Laccaria amethystina
RFGD7PF9–large parasol mushroom at forest
RMK2CX5G–Shaggy Ink Cap, Lawyers Wig, Judges Wig, Coprinus comatus in it's decomposing stage showing the ink dripping from the cap as it deliquesces.
RF2DCNBCF–Sulphur Head Mushroom, Suffolk Woodland, UK
RM2DAP16G–Honey Fungus (Armillaria mellea), mushrooms among autumn leaves, Campania, Italy