This is one of a number of different fungi I spotted. Can anyone identify?
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They look a bit like a very young coprinus which have been got by some local wildlife. How big were they?
is a good suggestion. If it were later in the year, I'd suggest the "egg" precursors of stinkhorn fungi. But they tend to appear singly, and it is, I think, too early.
Have suggested common inkcap for a couple of these observations. would be much better to wait to get them a bit more developed, any chance you could go back and take some more photos now as there will probably be some others more fully developed.
Lat/Lng: 51.557981, 0.0445402
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