A smooth yellow cap which is very brittle. Pur white stem. There are many similar species in this group.
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No interactions present.
What was the area like? Birch then ochroleuca is possible, beech possibly fellea.
This is either R. ochroleuca or or R. claroflava the latter is the Birch associate and often occurs in rather wet, boggy areas. R. ochroleuca on the other hand associates with various broadleaved and even conifers. The stipe distinctly greys with age in R. ochroleuca.
Lat/Lng: 55.083, -4.025
OS grid ref: NX708783