Tells: Viscid chestnut- to red-brown cap ages toward orange & may be wrinkled. “Mealy” odor. Dry, yellow- to gray-brown stem is netted above ring w/red lines, spots, hairs or scales below.
Other Information: Yellow pores age to brown, bruise darker & are quite large & radially arranged. Dingy buff to orange/yellow flesh DNS, & is soft/watery in cap w/reddish bug holes in stem. Fruits in the late summer & fall under pine, spruce, balsam fir & other conifers. A Northern species known from Quebec. Rare (or at least rarely identified). Very similar to Suillus glandulosus but without the viscid stem & gelatinus ring.
- NH4OH (Ammonia): No data.
- KOH: No data.
- FeSO4 (Iron Salts): No data.
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