This is the chunky form of Armillaria mellea found in Scot's pine wood on roots
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How thick are these?
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Was both and missed the title I am pleased with the help as I think the more looking at them the better the grid id right and will edit the Title
Look very similar to Pholiota spp. But being conifer unlikely.
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They are sometimes found on conifer but not as common as on broad leaf I saw these mature so am confident with my identification but thanks for asking.
Actually don't all Pholiota have yellow flesh doh!
This is classed as the chunky form of armillaria mellea out of Roger Phillips book flesh white. Pholiota flesh light to dark yellow,don't worry fungi are there to drive us mad
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