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The bottom two are dried out Amethyst decievers
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Thanks for this. I thought that they might be, but owing to my singular lack of success in correctly identifying fungi to date I didn't hazard the guess here! Do you think the top one might be a puffball of some kind?
Yes probably Geastrum but could be Bovista depends what habitat you found it.
sorry not Geastrum tut tut Lycoperdon I ment
Possibly L areolatum with a short "stalk"
Thanks both for your help. Do you think the shrivelled stalk to the left of the Puffball is its stalk? I imagined that it was.But maybe the stalk would be much fatter than this.
No, look at the other pictures of common puffballs, the "stalk" is quite substantial much more than a standard mushroom.
Yes, you're right, of course! Thanks.
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