Fungus under trees by a stream through heathland.
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Lovely find! I think it could be Velvet Tooth H. spongiosipes or possibly Wood Hedgehog H. repandum but I await an expert's thoughts.
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Not a Wood Hedgehog but H spongiosipes fits well a great find.
Did the tooth go slightly down the stem (decurrent)plus can you remember the tree type and any photo's of the stem if possible.
Unfortunately I had my camera on the wrong settings. I have a very blurry shot showing that the teeth were slightly decurrent, which I will now add. I do not recall the type of tree .. all I can say is that next time I am in that area I will take a much better set of photos.
Lat/Lng: 51.0357, 0.0786
OS grid ref: TQ458283