The wonderful thing about our Field Trips is that there are so many of the knowledgeable and expert to help those of us who are neither. But we all share what we do know. It's such fun, noticing something that turns out to be quite interesting and coming away knowing a little bit more.
Garston Wood came up with a whole range of things to fascinate - Andrew Carter's eye was caught by a meadow brown, a greater butterfly orchid, a handsome snail and something nasty-looking going on on a phallus impudicus also known as a stinkhorn fungus.
Every day's a school day ...
For more about this happy day, go to Field Trips/What you missed.
The pages now display photos of fungi taken by members. This one by Andrew Carter - Trametes versicolour.
Please do not eat any of them.
If it's not me, Elizabeth Forbes, website editor (keen but ignorant), I'll say so.