Suillus (Slippery Jacks)

a) Have a slimy or viscid cap
b) Large Angular shaped pores often arranged in radial lines
c) Undersurface does not bruise blue
d) Partial veil that may leave a ring or ring zone
e) Dots on the stipe
f) Are ectomycorrhizal with pines, larch and Douglas Fir
g) Spore print is brown(olive brown or dull cinnamon brown)

The specimen shown here was found in October 2014

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