On Thursday a small patch of Nitschkia collapsa was found on (probably) ash, which left only one species to find. I had hoped it might be a passing flock of barnacle geese or a sea eagle or something but in the end it turned out to be another mushroom (fungus 130)!
This morning at 8:13 in in Chapel Wood I came across a few fruit bodies (mushrooms to "normal people"!) of Laccaria laccata, which is the official species #1000!
Because I'm not at work and have no tools, here it is in all its unfocussed, uncropped glory