Insects might be less abundant now autumn's here, but the tiny world compensates with a proliferation of fungi. Sometimes you have to look hard, though — these are common at the moment along parts of the No. 1 Line track, but they're so small they're easily overlooked. I'll add an identification if I get one from NatureWatch.
Update: These are Galerina sp. Apparently they often grow in moss, which is where I noticed them along the track. Many species are highly toxic.
[4 May 2014, Olympus OM-D EM-1, 60mm f/2.8 macro , ISO 200, 1/200 at f/8; diffused flash]
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