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what was the habitat? i normally associate Russula claroflava with wet birch woodland often with lots of moss but may grow in other dampish habitats
I agree with miked re R. claroflava's habitats whereas R.ochroleuca is found in mixed woodland.
It was a mostly pine wood with a few birch high on Dartmoor.
Have changed it to just Russula as i suspect its not R. claroflava and can't really tell what it is from this picture and habitat. There are large numbers of different Russula species including several which have this general colour so without more info to go on then don't think we can pin it down to species.
Lat/Lng: 50.572, -3.9211
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