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Nope! Sorry you got me there. What is it?

 

Joking aside I have looked through my small book on fungi but cannot find it. At first I thought "Funnel Cap" but not with that colouring I'm afraid. Fungi with similar colouring to your photo do not seem to take on that form.

 

???????

 

I would like to know what it is too.

 

Allan

 

 

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10 hours ago, Christopher Price said:

Hi It could be Lactarius rufus, although it likes to fruit under conifers.

Chris

 

 

Can be found under Birch.

 

Allan

 

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16 hours ago, Christopher Price said:

Hi It could be Lactarius rufus, although it likes to fruit under conifers.

Chris

 

 

5 hours ago, Allan Bell said:

 

Can be found under Birch.

 

Allan

 

 

 

Thanks for replies I am none of the wiser and will go for Lactarius rufus sounds good to me

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22 hours ago, Southpole said:

 

 

 

Thanks for replies I am none of the wiser and will go for Lactarius rufus sounds good to me

 

And if its not and a publisher uses it in good faith and looses future business as a result guess where he will not go for his next batch of pictures! By all means put it on site but call it a fungus or toad stool and leave it to them that know to apply a specific name. This site and others already have more than their fair share of inaccuracies.

 

Regen

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