Lactarius deterrimus: never has scrobiculae on the stipe, latex turns wine red after 15-20 minutes, develops green stains, said to be common in Europe, found with Spruce.
Lactarius salmonicolor: never stains green, grows under Abies (fir)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fir , latex turninge wine red after one hour
Lactarius sanguifluus: has wine red latex from the beginning
Lactarius semisanguifluus: cap always without silvery zonation, but usually greenish-winebrown, latex changes to wine red within 5-10 minutes
Lactarius quieticolor: with duller colours, latex turning wine red after 20 some minutes (never in Lactarius deliciosus), and has the coarsest spore ornamentaton in this group, found with pine.
Lactarius rubrilacteus dark reddish-purplish red latex staining flesh & gills greenish, cap red-orange staining green, associated with Dug-Fir(not pine) see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas-fir but according to Roger Phillips it is also associated with pine,