The weather continues to be utterly despicable, with heavy rain and dark skies every day.
I took a wander up to where I find the best fungi and found what I took to be Suillus flavidus in its only known Irish location.
But on turning it over I immediately saw that the pores were completely the wrong shape:
Further, when I bruised the tubes with my fingernail, they stained blue-green. That leaves me with Suillus variegatus, which is new to me.
Here's an old shot of Suillus flavidus pores for comparison: