Lactarius proximellus 

Lactarius proximellus Beardelee & Burlingham 1940

This tawny yellow-orange-cinnamon zoned milky has a depressed center, which is paler than the rest of the cap. When wet, the surface is viscid. The margin is initially inrolled, but unrolls and becomes uplifted with age. The gills are close, whitish becoming a light buff-yellow. The stem is pale yellow.It turns blue-green where cut or bruised. Lactarius proximellis is found in sandy environments under oaks. These were found in Cape Cod during early October.