Western Painted Suillus

  • cap is dry and scaly
  • pores are large and bruise brown
  • stem has a thin ring
  • cap's flesh does not discolor when cut
Pictures ()
<< previous picture  |  next picture >>

Look-alikes in California

The probably edible Suillus ponderosus differs in that the cap is smooth and sticky when moist. In addition, when young it has a veil that is sticky and orange/yellow
See also the edible Suillus caerulescens.

Related: Edible Plants of PNW - Edible Berries of PNW - Edible Seashore of PNW
homepage | feedback