I found that Clitocybe fragrans was relatively abundant, there were a couple of nice Shaggy Inkcaps, and from the change in scenery I also bumped into a couple of new species for me, Inocybe geophyllum and Lyophyllum decastes. Such was the last-minuteness of this collection that I had no time to identify them or even to photograph the Inocybe (at least beyond genus) before our regular chesser meeting where they were identified by RW.
The Inocybe was a nice neat little thing, very pale/white throughout and with no bulbous base. The Lyophyllum, a new genus for me, looked like this:
|Fasciculate, and trooping|
|Gill with decurrent tooth|
I also came across Lactarius pubescens in the company of a beech which had been planted to liven up the edges of a new housing development