Suillus granulatus (L. ex Fr.) Kuntze. Boletaceae, Agaricales. (Dotted-stalk Suillus or Маслёнок летний).

Cap: 5-15cm convex up to flattened; slimy in wet weather up to smooth or glossy in dry period; orange-brown or yellow-brown. Odor is fragrant. Flesh is white up to light yellow for old unit. Tubes: attached, color from light-yellow up to yellow; young mushroom often has tiny yellowish-white drops of juice under a cap. Stalk: 3-8cm long, white up to light-yellow; 1.5-2.5cm thick, sometimes slightly enlarged down with tiny and not distinct reddish dots. Veil usually absent, because it disappears from young unit; sometimes it has broke veil fragments along cap margin and very rare a ring remnants on a stalk; usually veil and a ring are absent when mushroom above soil surface.
Habitat: usually abundant in pine-tree forest. Edibility: good (several methods of cooking).
June – September.


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