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 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. Suillus subaleutaceus is in the Suilliaceae family of the Boletales order.