Found in pine/birch woodland
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No interactions present.
Wood Hedgehog - Hydnum repandum possibly
These are pores, not needles, so I don't think it is the Hedgehog. It looks more like Suillus grevillei (was there Larch close by?). A boletus anyway, not a xerocomus.
would say Suillus,sticky cap, hedgehog with cream white dry cap and has spines not pores,would help if photograph's were taken of the underside and stem,plus habitat,as it is guess work when only the cap is photographed.
Lat/Lng: 57.8847, -4.3208
OS grid ref: NH624907