- Genus 2: Suillellus
- Species 2: miniato-olivaceous var. subluridus
Tells: Yellow baby pores age to dark red, then fade back toward orange-yellow. Yellow flesh stains blue, slowing in age, & sometimes smells a bit fetid.
Other Information: Stem is yellow on top, but gets redder going down w/tiny red dots but no netting, and pinches in by the base. Likes oak but not exclusively. Variable-colored cap (from yellowish orange through pink, orange, red, rust, or brown) may crack a bit in age. Flesh can be a paler yellow. A southern species.
Edibility: Edibility unknown.
- NH4OH (Ammonia): No data.
- KOH: No data.
- FeSO4 (Iron Salts): No data.