lovely white shiney caps, growing in a small group.Each about 4-6 cm in height. Their host was a growing oak tree.
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Is the picture round the right way? Porcelain fungus usually grows on beech.
You are quite right, it needs to be righted by 90 degrees. I was certainly an oak, but the woods were predominntly beech. Maybe that would make a difference.
Lat/Lng: 51.6, -0.6
OS grid ref: SU9799