Two glistening caps

Two glistening caps

Found in Inverliever Forest at the weekend. Identification is welcome.

Update: After lots of comments on Facebook asking why I didn’t photograph the underside of the cap, and the floor being very wet and mossy not being an excuse and so on, friends have suggested that this is Slippery Jack (Suillus luteus). S. luteus is a bolete found in the litter underneath pines, and this is where this specimen was found. So, thanks to the Ford Fungologistas for putting me right.

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