The only thing unlike Suillus luteus of this rather large specimen is that it lacks a noticeable annulus; however a portion of the annulus is still adhering to the rim of the cap, if you look closely. Cap is slimy like a Suillus, stalk has the dark brown dots of a Suillus, and the stalk near the pores is yellow, like Suillus luteus.
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