Confirm I’d please

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Trwen555
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Confirm I’d please

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Multitudes growing round beech tree in old pasture on fairly acidic soil. Anglesey. October
Is this Laccaria laccata?
3-4”high. Convex cap. More oval than round. 1-2” wide. Beige colour. Thick gills. Very flattened stems striated and pliable.
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Any sign of milk? Has a "Lactarius" look about it.
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