I thought this may be a Bay Bolete, but the cap had a definite pinkish hue.
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Do you have any more photos of the stipe. L aurantiacum has a distinct red hue.
Thank you Flaxton. I've added another photo of a close up of the stem - that is what you mean by the stipe isn't it?
Yes there are technical names for all the parts - stem/stipe ring/annulus cap/pilipellis and I use both all the time.
Thanks for the next photo but that still leaves me unsure. The overall colour of the photo seems a bit on the red side and with a bit of adjustment in Photoshop it all looks much closer to L versipelle but that might be me just "fiddling the books" to fit with what I think it might be.
That red colour does look very strange, initially it reminded me of B. rubellus but of course that is quite different in many other ways.
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This is an elevated area of heathland, an old road used by Smugglers. The ground is mainly sand and gravel, a wide path edged by gorse and birch trees.