A number of species of Suillus
with sticky/tacky caps are similar in appearance. The probably edible Suillus weaverae
differs in that the cap is vinaceous buff to pinkish cinnamon, the stem is tan, has vinaceous brown glandular dots, and stains yellow at the base when bruised. The edible Suillus neoalbidipes
differs in that the young cap is pallid and retains cottony veil remnants along the edge. However in maturity the cap becomes cinnamon to pale ocher and the veil remnants disappear.
See also Suillus granulatus