Brownish cap, bright orange spores.
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Did the gills or stem produce any milk when touched or when stem cut,can your remember what type of trees were near them
I didn't cut into it to see. But I didn't notice any milk coming from the stem when I picked it. The trees nearby were birch beech and mostly spruce. Hope this helps.
It looks very much like a Lactarius which when fresh produce a milk from the gills when damaged and also from the stem but that's as far as I can get from the photo,it also looks as if it has a green ting on the cap or is that glare from the foliage as some lactarius which grow near spruce have this colour on ageing.
Yes, you are correct about the tinge on the cap. I noticed this on some of the fungi further up the glen. It looked like mould.
That's what I was thinking but I think more information is needed unless you want to put a might be and I would agree with that.
Lat/Lng: 55.5901, -2.7509
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