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Suillus umbonatus

Description: Caps are  3.5-6 cm across, broadly convex, with an acute umbo, smooth, slimy, and brown to olive-buff.  Flesh is  pale buff, staining pinkish.  Tubes are light yellow, bruising brown. Pores are angular, radially arranged, and up to 2 mm long.  Stalks are up to 4 cm tall by 7 mm wide, covered with scattered red dots.  Ring is brown to pinkish brown, and persistent. Spore prints are  cinnamon.  It fruits under Jack Pine in the east and under Lodgepole Pine in the PNW. Edible.