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Not many deceivers about at the moment I would try a spore print. White deceiver brown Tuberia or something similar.
Thanks for the tip. I missed my chance to spore print this time, but if I see it again I'll know what to do.
Found some similar specimens from this spot with a brown spore print. So I reckon I was deceived, not by a Deceiver but by a Tubaria... see http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/248085
Looks a good deal more like a Tubaria to me, and the wood chips seem to confirm it. Laccaria are mycorrhizal whilst Tubaria are saprotrophs. But yes, a spore print next time if you want to be sure :-)
Deceivers usually have a twisted stem.
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