From the outset it was clear that the recent cold weather had reduced the numbers of large mushrooms, but there is always plenty to see if you become sensitive to the smaller 'stuff', so I switched my attention to smaller things.
First is a species of Collybia that I have only seen a few times: Collybia aquosa. This is distinguished by its bulbous stipe. Cap is 25mm diameter.
|Psocid on Collybia|
Fungi and mosses are tightly associated: both like damp and darkness. This is Plagiothecium undulatum, which is very readily identified by the almost fish-like appearance of the shoots.
|Dicranum majus moss|
This portrait shows the feature more clearly:
|Dicranum majus close-up|
|Slime mould close-up|
Perhaps a Trichia sp.
On the way back to the car I spotted this grassland Panaeolus sp.: