With a few pots of dung there is rarely a day goes by without something new.
A couple of Ascobolus which are known for their distictive dark purple spores usually with reticulated surfaces
which stick out above the Apothecia.
The large one in the middle is A albidus and the one to the side whith the huge asci and spores is A immersus
I then spotted a small "flower" less than 1/3 mm tall.
Which looking at Ellis and Ellis turns out to be a Rhopalomyces, a Phycomycete where the Sporangioles are attached to a globe by little pegs
but which one? E&E has two R elegans and R magnus and having the smaller spores elegans it is.
On to the checklist
there are three varieties of elegans. Off to Cybertruffle an online library of Mycological information and there is a paper from 1963 which explains why with these spores I have R elegans var apiculatus.
Ps these things certainly test the photographic limits