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Definitely not honey fungus as that has pale spores but this one seems to have dark spores. You often get a hint of spore colour where they fall out of the caps especially on older specimens such as these. Hypholoma also darkens with age.
Thanks for this - could you tell me anything about hypholoma- is it common, serious etc? I don't know much about fungi!
this one is likely sulphur tuft or similar, it grows on dead wood so probably not causing further damage to living trees
Sulphur Tuft. Can now see the photo better.
Lat/Lng: 55.1, -6.1
OS grid ref: NW4293