I think the needles shown in the the second photo are larch.
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Seldom found away from the larch (hence the name) it should have a highly viscous (slimy) cap and a distinctive cortina (the membrane underneath the cap and attached to the stem). It is edible apparently, but note warnings!
The cap was quite viscous, but it was a very dry day. The cortina was very much attached to the stipe, but unfortunately I dropped it before taking the second picture and the cap fell off. Actually, if you zoom in on the second picture for a close-up view, you can see the cortina on the top left quadrant.
I didn't try to eat it, though I have eaten a variety of wild fungi since last August.
Lat/Lng: 54.3, -7.2
OS grid ref: NV6210