Two weeks ago, I posted photos of cup mushrooms (Peziza sp.) from the new landscaping soil at the church next door.
|About three inches across.|
We were over there again this Saturday, for the annual garage sale. On the way back home, I stopped to see what was happening underfoot. The cup fungi were still there, and had spread.
But there were many more mushrooms, most of them very tiny:
|This was the largest, about 1 1/2 inches tall, with flaky scales and no visible stalk.|
|Then there were these; the brown ball fungi were at the most 1/2 inch across. I couldn't see any stalks.|
|And these. Young grooved ones, with grainy tops, or a different species? I can't tell.|
I can't identify any of these. I'll go back tomorrow, to collect a few for closer examination.