These are a selection of fungi seen at Mulligan's Flat. As with the insects the range of shapes and colours is most impressive. Of course I only photographed the more interesting looking ones: there were thousands of other fruiting bodies which I didn't regard as remarkable.
This first example is "almost" a typical big "mushroom" shape. While it has gills they are clearly not the pale pink of the Field Mushroom so I would not eat this. The key rule is that if you are not certain that it is edible don't eat it!
other posts. I am also working up a note for Fungimap Bulletin about the occurrence of this species in our area.