Was on the edge of a woodland right next to a busy road on a small bit of grass
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Oak and Hazel growing nearby
I have agreed with Boletus as i suspect that is as far as you can go. It looks rather atypical with the greenish hints and pattern of cracking, I wonder if it has been affected by something perhaps frost or something else or is just well past its best. A picture showing the underside and stem might help but even with that it might not be possible to go much further.
Oh I wonder why the underside photo's aren't here I'll stick them up
Well it certainly looks interesting and well worth going back there again next year to have a look. these are a past their best and rather atypical in growth form, perhaps there was a sudden change in amount of moisture or something. a wild guess might be boletus appendiculatus but that could easily be wrong.
Well I took one too the guy who was running a two day fungi course I was on and he then said it might be Boletus impolitus although it was a bit far gone and had no distinctive smell from the stem base other then rotting mushroom... but who knows I think if I'm nearby next year I will take another look they were photographed around that long dry spell we had in October
Boletus impolitus was the other species I was going to suggest but did not because when i've seen that one it has always had very bright yellow pores, not that I have seen it very often. Perhaps they do go that brownish colour when they are well past their best.
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was growing literally next to the bus stop opposite the pub