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Is not sulphur tuft but not sure what it is.
Sorry - these are Honey Fungus. Look at the ring, the gill attachment, and the scales on the cap.
Are they the same fungi in both photos? The stem showing on the left has the look of a Spindle but I agree the photo on the right has a clear ring.
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they were in the same group
I can't zoom the photos for a closer look. Hopefully someone will resolve the ID for you.
i will post a higher resolution picture
I think they are Honey Fungus as I can now see a ring on the stem that looked like a Spindleshank. You could put up a revision to get agreements.
Yes, very good example of the membranous, often yellow, collar-like ring of true Armillaria mellea. Other honey fungi mostly have very fluffy rings (or none at all in A. tabescens). The caps have lost the green tints seen in young fruiting bodies, but all in all, undoubted A. mellea.
Lat/Lng: 51.4154, -0.6192
OS grid ref: SU961693