Under oak on clay
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Have had a search through my Lactarius book and could be a number of them.In future if your brave enough( I am not)taste a tiny bit of milk as they are rather distinctive,hot,peppery ect also spore print's too.
Presumably the milk is not the clear liquid we can see on the photos. Did it change colour at all.
I am referring to the white liquid on the gills at the top of the photograph of the whole specimen lying on its side. It was raining at the time which explains the clear liquid.
When I saw this I thought it might be a Brown Rollrim. If it is a Lactarius, which I agree it might be, might my suspected rollrim http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/243016 also be one? Although those mushrooms had obviously lived a long hard life, there in the bushy corner of the car park, so it might not now be possible to ID them with any confidence...
I did not notice it at the time. Do you think the white liquid at the top of the picture is milk?
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