Notes: Here’s a typical Siberian “Amanita rubescens” (possibly close to A. novinupta?), which usually grows with Scots pine – in this particular case it was a mixed Pinus & Betula forest. It’s very different from the A. rubescens which occurs in the European part of Russia in temperate broad-leaf forests.
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