Thursday, 1 October 2009
Suillus luterus/Slippery Jack
Suillus luterus or Slippery Jack. I've found these a few times now. Since the weather has been sunny the cap has dried out. Usually the cap is very slimy as like the photos below show
The web is still attached to the stimp in this young specimin.
These Suillus luterus were collected in the same place in early July this year. The mucus on the cap is more visible.
Early August Suillus.
Posted by Barry Thomas at 18:37:00