Notes: cap diameter 30-40 mm. Although it looks dried I think not. The weather was wet, and surrounding mushroms (other specieses) were all fresh.
There you can see, under cap is a residium of a ring.
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Local mushroom page claims that Suillus viscidus grows ony under Larix decidua trees. No such thing here, nearest mybe 500 m away.
Not sure about something with brown pores… Looking things over, there is a maybe, of Suillus viscidus, when old could have brown pores. Usually it has grey pores. It does have a veil… although it should have a grey cap. But in Italy at least there seems to be a brown variation. But not sure this is really that…
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