At last, after 4 months of rain, we have had some sunshine.
That should bring the fungi out: this is Coprinus comatus, or Lawyers Wig. Edible and good (and they were).
And now one of the tiniest of fungi: Marasmius hudsonii. These grow only on dead Holly leaves:
The close-up shows the thick gills and hairs on the cap, which is about 2mm. across:
The Willow Leaf Beetle - Lochmaea caprea is about 7mm long:
Moths are still coming to light in small numbers. This appears to be November Moth - Epirrita dilutata, but I'd better put an agg. on that to be on the safe side.
This is also a new species to me: Frosted Orange - Gortyna flavago.