Edible

Boletus edulis pine boletus
In the stone birch forest,
sparse larch forest with dwarf birch,
tundra communities with dwarf birch, along the coastal tundra,
among dryas, willows, arctous.
July-September.

Boletus subtomentosus
Yellow-cracked boletus. 
In the stone birch forest,
larch forest and sparse forest with Siberian dwarf pine.July-September.

Leccinum arctoi
Arctous red-cap boletus. 
In the tundra communities with arctous along the coast of the Sea of Okhotsk. August-September.

Leccinum aurantiacum
Birch boletus. 
In the flood-land poplar stands.
July
-August.
Leccinum holopus
Swamp brown birth bolete. 
In the waterlogged communities with dwarf birches. July-September.
Leccinum variicolor
Particolored birch boletus.
In the stone birch forest, communities with birches and dwarf birches. July
-September.
Leccinum scabrum
Brown birch bolete. 
In the communities with birches and dwarf birches. July-September.
Leccinum versipelle
Orange birch bolete. 
In the slope communities with dwarf birches, stone birch stands.
July-September.
Leccinum rotundifoliae
Round brown birch bolete. 
In tundra communities with birches. July-September.
Suillus acidus Annulated boletus.
In brushwood of the Siberian dwarf pine.
August-September.
Suillus asiaticus
Shallow-pored boletus.
In larch forests.
July-September.
Suillus bresadolae
Bresadol’s annulated boletus
In larch forests.
July-September.
Suillus cavipes Hollow stem shallow-pored boletus
In larch forest.
July-September.
Suillus grevillei
Larch annulated boletus.
In larch forest.
July-September.
Suillus paluster
Swamp shallow-pored boletus.
In larch forest.
July-September.
Suillus pictus Colored shallow-pored boletus
In Siberian dwarf pine stands.
July-September.
Suillus placidus White annulated boletus.
In Siberian dwarf pine stands.
July-September.
Suillus plorans
Dwarf pine annulated boletus.
In Siberian dwarf pine stands.
July-September.
Suillus spectabilis
Neat shallow-pored boletus
In larch forest.
July-September.
Suillus subluteus
Yellowish annulated boletus.
In Siberian dwarf pine stands.
July-September.
Suillus viscidus
Grey annulated boletus
In larch forest.
July-September.
Suillus americanus
American annulated boletus
In Siberian dwarf pine stands.

August.
Suillus flavus
Golden-yellow annulated boletus.
In larch forest.

August.
Suillus tridentinus
Foxy-red annulated boletus.
In larch forests and sparse woods.
August-September.

Suillus bovinus Buvinus boletus
In pinetums. August-September.
Suillus variegatus Yellow-brown annulated boletus
In pinetums. August-September.
Chroogomphus rutilus
Brown slimecap
In larch forests and sparse stands, Siberian dwarf pine stands.
August
-September.
Pleurotus pulmonarius
LungOyster.
In birch stands, mixed birch forests. June-August.
Cantharellus cibarius
Golden shanterelle
In stone birch stands with Siberian dwarf pines, dryad tundra.
July-August.
 Gomphidius maculatus
Patchy slimecap.
In larch forests and sparse forest. July-September.
 
Armillaria gallica Honey mushroom.
In mixed alder and birch forests. August-

September.

Flammulina velutipes
Velvet foot.
In flood-plain poplar-chosenia forests.
July-September.
Gymnopus dryophilus
Honey fungus
In flood-plain forests, birch stands, alder stands
June-July.
 
Pholiota aurivella
In flood-plain forests, willow stands.
July-September.
Lactarius deliciosus
Saffron milk cap.
In mixed Siberian dwarf pine forests. August.
Lactarius helvus
Fanugreek milkcap.
In the mixed birch pinetum and larch stands.
August
-September.
 
Lactarius lignyotus
Woodymilkcap.
In brushwood of Siberian dwarf pine, larch forests and sparse forests with Siberian dwarf pine. August-September.
Lactarius porninsis
Orange milkcap.
In larch forests.
July-September.
Lactarius pubescens
Downy milkcap.
In stone birch stands, mixed birch forests and sparse forests.
July-September.
Lactarius repraesentaneus
Northern milkcap,
turn lilac.
In stone birch stands, mixed birch forests and sparse forests. August.
Lactarius resimus
Rollrim milkcap.
In mixed birch and larch forest and sparse forest, stone birch stands.
August.
Lactarius rufus
Red hot milkcap.
In larch forests and sparse forest, brushwood of Siberian dwarf pine. July-September.
Lactarius trivialis
Orange-brown lactarius.
In stone birch stands, dwarf arctic birch,
mixed birch forests.
July-September.
Lactarius turpis
Uglymilkcap.
In mixed birch and larch forests and sparse forests.
August-September.
Lactarius uvidus
Wet milkcap, turn lilac.
In stone birch stands and mixed birch forests and sparse forests.
August-September.
   
Lactarius vietus
Grey milkcap.
In mixed birch and larch forests, sparse forest, stone birch stands.
August-September.