Kerry and Glenda have sent me this photo of the fungus they recently found near Cottered – the Iodine bonnet (Hemileccinum impolitum aka Boletus impolitus).  Its English name derives from the smell you get when you cut the stem.  The epithet “impolitus” means “rough” or “unpolished” and refers to the appearance of its cap, which some people describe as looking as if it has been knocked about with a hammer.