A good early morning start gave us the following: Psathyrella tephrophylla, Coprinus micaceus (abundant), Pleurotus cornucopiae var cornucopiae (a few at Pets Corner), Kretzschmaria deusta (Brittle Cinder), Leptosphaeria acuta (on Urtica) and this orange/red bracket which produces spores but doesn’t seem to have pores or gills – just a flat undersurface with 4-spored basidia. CAP: 2cm. hairs on upper surface (green from algae growth). Underside smooth pale orange. I think this is Stereum subtomentosum (Stereum hirsuitum is more common but has a more hirsute and thcker cap and decurrent onto substrate).