The Common Yellow Russula or Common Yellow Brittlegill (Russula ochroleuca) is a very common woodland mushroom. In all types of woodland growing on the floor. Edible.
The Charcoal Burner gets it’s common name from the range of colours visible on it’s sturdy, fleshy cap – like the colours of a charcoal flame. Sometimes it can be one colour but often it can be variable. There’s often a mixture of blue and yellow, and in this case, with strong hues of violet and a pinch of grey (you can also get browns and greens going on. This mushroom likes to show off!). The latin name cyanoxantha defines the blue and yellow colours.
The Fly Agaric toadstool. Very identifiable with it’s red cap and white spots, remnants from the veil which initially covered it.