A common mushroom which grows grouped on tree stumps.
This year’s crop is now ripening.
These tiny fungi were growing on a tree stump.
A troupe of mushrooms growing on a pile of wood chippings.
This moth had been attracted indoors by a bright light.
A mushroom which used to be eaten in some parts of Europe. More recently it has been realized that it can have worse effects that causing gastric upsets in some of those who eat it: it can occasionally prove fatal.
Presumably the fungus does not have the same effect on whatever small creatures have been nibbling at this specimen.
A variety of russula – a family of mushrooms which tend to be relatively large and brightly coloured.
The wayside fruit of autumn.
If this is the blusher, it is a close relative of, and frequently confused with, panther caps.
This grouping was within yards of the others posted a couple of days ago which seemed more definitely to be panther caps.
Now grown beyond its earlier state here.
Related to the more brightly coloured fly agaric toadstool.
It is even more dangerous to ingest than that species, containing a higher concentration of the same hallucenogenic/poisonous ingredients.
Autumn is the season of fungi, berries, leaves changing colour, and spiders, many of which become more noticeable at this time of year.
The one above is a cross spider, a common spider in gardens. Below is one of a smaller species which I didn’t manage to identify.