Driving round our lane I noticed a couple of flashes of white in the grass verge and, upon investigation, discovered they were St George's mushrooms, Calocybe gambosa.
Interesting to see toadstools among anemone and wild strawberry leaves.
This is an edible species that regularly appears along these lane verges and named after St George because it is a spring fruiting fungus that often appears around St George's day, 23 April.
I have eaten them in the past and they are quite popular in many parts of mainland Europe, but I don't really care for them. Maybe I'll see what flies I can breed out and whether they differ from those that burrow about in our autumn fungi.