Puff ball type fungi growing on dead tree stump.
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I don't think it's Reticularia lycoperdon. From the photos of R.lycoperdon the base of the fungus is its widest part.The fungi I saw was more of a sphere ,very like a common earthball but growing on a tree stump.It was about 50 mm by 70 mm. You identified another of my postings which was R.lycoperdon ,this is a different fungi.
This looks very much like Piptoporus betulinus rather than Reticularia.
That is something new that I have learned,I have never seen piptoporus betulinus at this stage before,will try and remember for future sighting's,why are fungi so variable and difficult to ID or is it just me.
Lat/Lng: 51.73108, -3.75394
OS grid ref: SN789050