I'm thinking Rufus milkcap or possibly liver milkcap but am far from sure!
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Lactarius (milkcaps) almost all leak copious amounts of coloured milk when damaged.
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Thank you - i think i decided that they might have 'dried up' somewhat given the winter conditions but that theory had no actual grounding!
looking at it I would of expected it to still have milk evident. Lepista is almost certainly the genus and there are several much less common species that could accommodate this, their Latin names evading my memory recall requests lol.
You found this a few days ago!!! Strange.
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