Near my backyard tap lives a community of fungi who burst forth en masse after rain, which we have finally had.
One day they are not there, the next they are, honey brown for the moment, opening their little umbrellas.
Pushing up through soil and leaves, they surrounded and smothered the hose loops that were in the way.
Try as I might, I have not been able to identify these fungi communities which appear so briefly, always just in this spot.
Birders often use the term ‘LBB’, ‘Little Brown Bird’ when they can’t identify one of the many such. Maybe this will remain an ‘LBF’?
The next day they are always black and collapsing. Ephemeral LBFs indeed.