October is always a busy month for me as vagrant birds vie with fungi for my attention at weekends. This weekend fungi won out, and I went to a local cemetery, where the ancient grassland parts host a good mixture of Waxcaps, Earthtongues, Corals and Spindles. Earlier this year Kew confirmed that some of the Earthtongues are Geoglossum elongatum, very rare in Britain, and several county firsts and seconds have been found there in the past few years. Pictures of some of the more photogenic species are on my blog here: http://jamesbirdsandbeer.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/30-things-1130-parrot-waxcap-earlham.html. The photo here shows different stages of Dog Stinkhorn (Mutinus caninus), which was growing in large numbers on some woody debris.