More tiny fungi just rising up through the short grass of a lawn. Earth tongues, black, velvety-looking and yes, perhaps, slightly resembling tongues. I’d have had to get a lot closer to try to work out which precise species they were. Growing intermingled with them were bonnets, a more conventional mushroom shape, delicate-looking on their slender stems.
The lawn they were on was in front of one of the houses in a quiet cul de sac.