Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!
Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Did you notice if there were Larch or Pine trees about?
Good question, and I'm kicking myself for not noticing at the time (Note to self for future reference - photograph the environment too!).
The photograph was actually taken in Whinlatter forest park which is, I believe, predominantly larch.
Many of the Boletes/Suillus/Leccinum are tree specific so it is important to take note.(as I always tell myself when I get home;)
I have kicked myself to many times now so don't go out without a notepad,pencil,penknife,small ruler,keeler mat and hankies incase I find a Lactarius as the milk can change on a hanky.It certainly is not simple going looking for fungi.
cap of larch bolete can be quite dark esp. if wet/damp. the slime covered skin of Slippery Jack is peelable with care.
Lat/Lng: 54.528, -3.272
OS grid ref: NY177154