Could this be a young Slippery Jack ?
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No interactions present.
Habitat is usually with pines and other conifers. Not sure, but it would be my bet, especially as it is an autumnal species.
This looks far more like S grevillei to me but that grows with larch and I see pine needles in the photo. Were there any larch close by?
pretty sure this is s. grevillei
As this picture was taken 3 years ago, I can't remember a great deal about the location, though it was largely coniferous I think.
Lat/Lng: 57.9606, -4.4084
OS grid ref: NH575993