All these photos were found in our first Forest School. Can you help identify them?
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to split these into several observations, then they can be identified separately.
Bottom left is probably "Jelly Ear" or "Jews Ear" fungus, commonly found on elder but also on other trees.
..agree on both counts separate and jelly ear pic 3
I believe that picture 3 looks like Jews ear.
It is useful if you know what type of wood the fungus is growing on as this helps with some Identifications.
Lat/Lng: 51.6, -1.6
OS grid ref: SU2895