Suillus granulatus Granular-Dotted Bolete
Description: Caps are 2-13 cm across, smooth, slippery when wet, tan to cinnamon, ageing white with brown stains. Flesh is yellowish, not staining. Tubes are white to dull yellow, not staining. Pores are 1 mm across, and irregular in shape. Stalks are up to 9 cm tall by 2.5 cm wide, white to yellowish, and dotted tan-brown in the upper half. Spore prints are yellow-brown. It fruits under conifers (mainly pines or spruce). Edible.
Suillus brevipes is similar but lacks the dots at the top of the stalk.