Saw several clusters of these small fungi growing on rotting tree stumps. Observed one lot being happily munched on by a grey squirrel.
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Honey fungus is very variable within species - see http://www.mushroomhobby.com/Gallery/Armillaria/index.htm. Your photo could be A tabescens (Ringless Honey Fungus), although with young specimens of other Armillaria species the ring is not always readily apparent.
I'm not so sure its honey fungus but can't think of anyting else at the moment. Would it be possible to take some more photos to show later stages.
The original photo was taken on 16th October - are they likely to still be around? If you think so then I can probably call in at the site early next week and I'll try to get a few more snaps.
Those ones will have gone but if it was honey fungus then its possible there will be other fruiting bodies around, it usually produces loads over quite a period.
I'll see what I can do and get back to you in a couple of days!
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