- Species 2: subluteus
- Species 3: pinorigidus
Common Name: “Slippery Jill”
Tells: Orange/yellow (i.e. ‘salmon’) cap flesh (stem flesh more tan high up). Stem has a viscid ring w/white bottom strip & red-brown dots/smears.
Other Information: Viscid orange-yellow to brown cap. Yellow/salmon pores age to brown, DNS, & are small for a suillus. Likes pine.
Edibility: Choice. Has a nice lemony flavor after the cap skin is removed.
- NH4OH (Ammonia): Cap skin turns purplish red and then darkens to purplish black. Cap flesh turns dark purplish red.
- KOH: Cap skin turns purplish red and then darkens to purplish black. Cap flesh turns dark purplish red.
- FeSO4 (Iron Salts): Cap skin turns dull, dark brown. Cap flesh turns the same brown or a bit darker.