Found at edge of mixed wood in a scattered trooping group.
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No interactions present.
Laccaria bicolor gets its name from the lilac tinted base of the stipe. I cannot see that in your photos.
I have had another look and there is no lilac,just the cap colour but it is flecked with white and has white wolly base,I will scan my books again for a simmilar Laccaria sp,I did at first think it was L.proxima but it does not grow in woodland.
Did you get a spore print?
I must start to do that from now on,as I do want to be able to ID correctly
Taking a spore print does not guarantee anything but it can sometimes rule out a species and so restrict your search.
Lat/Lng: 55.0586, -2.2241
OS grid ref: NY857738