Orange coloured toadstools, up to 20-40mm diameter. Among the first things to appear after a wildfire 2 weeks ago.
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If there was any latex produced when it was broken - it looks rather like a Lactarius?
It would also help the more knowledgeable on the site to know what the surrounding trees are or had been.
There might have been a slight milkiness in the 'root' area. The habitat was mainly bracken, grass and bramble. Nearest tree would be a large Hawthorn, about 10m away.
I was sat here looking at my books pawing over the lactarius pages, I would tend to be thinking along the same lines. Ben
Looking really closely at the second photo I (Think) you can see some latex at the very furthest point of the stem, I might be wrong though :) ben
Lat/Lng: 54.641, -5.957
OS grid ref: NW447345