Geoglossum (Earth Tongue) ~ highly distinctive fungi; the ridged/leathery fruiting body above the stem does indeed resemble a tongue. The head is reddish-brown or purplish-black, and it's not separated from the non-fertile stem (stipe). Rare in central, northern & western Europe; found in parts of Asia & North America in old grasslands & heathlands, associated with sandy soils. Their habitats are under threat from the destruction of agricultural expansion and the afforestation of grasslands.
Orange Mycena or Lea's Mycena as it is commonly know, [Mycena leaiana Mycena leaiana] is a North American species of saprobic fungi in the genus Mycena, family Tricholomataceae. Characterized by their bright orange caps and stalks and reddish-orange gill edges, they usually grow in dense clusters on deciduous logs.
The poisonous Magpie Fungus (Coprinopsis Picacea) is a native of the British isles. First described in 1785. Preferring alkaline soil, it is usually found in beech woods in late summer and early fall. Additional family members occur in North America and throughout Europe.