Suillus subaleutaceus

Suillus subaleutaceus Smith & Thiers 1964

Viscid cap is initially pinkish-buff becoming vivacious pink to yellow-cinnamon. Someetimes remnants of universal veil are attached to margin. Bruising causes pale lemon-yellow flesh to slowly become vivaceous-brownish. Tubes are yellow and decurrent. Pores are small and round. Stem is pale yellowish with many vivacious-cinnamon glandular dots above and below the gelatinous ring. The interior of the stipe is yellow. Mycorrhizal with pines. Common in wet periods of August and September.