Collection location: Forest near Elgin St., Pembroke, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
All parts of these boletes are a plain yellow, save the buried portion of the stipe which is white. Irregular pores that slightly descend stem and some other things make me think maybe Suillus. S. americanus looks similar but in my experience is usually larger and with a wider cap compared to the stipe height.
There were about four of these growing in a small group in Zone 24, fairly far from most of the other activity in that zone on the 12th.
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