rødflekkvokssopp, Hygrophorus erubescens
Rødflekkvokssopp, Hygrophorus erubescens, commonly known as the blotched woodwax or pink waxcap, is an agaric fungus native to Scandinavia. Cap: 2-8 cm; convex when young, becoming broadly convex or flat; sticky when fresh, but often drying out quickly; bald, or finely hairy in places; the margin at first inrolled, but eventually unrolling; whitish to pink (especially over the center), often with streaks or spots of color.
Gills: Broadly attached to the stem or beginning to run down it; nearly distant; whitish to pale yellowish; developing reddish spots or becoming pinkish overall; short-gills frequent.
Stem: 3-10 cm long; 0.5-1 cm thick; more or less equal, or tapering to base, or nearly club-shaped; whitish at first but often developing pinkish to reddish discolorations. White spore print.