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Taking a single additional photo of the underside of a mushroom which you’ve already photographed once from above is not such a technical challenge:
These are the basics, not perfection. If it’s an ID you’re after, this is what will help others to get you there.
No, now seriously, I really appreciate all your tips,even that in some occasions
they seemed quite demanding. But I thank you deeply for your good intentions, I see you are a perfectionist and I don’t mean any offence by that, its a compliment.
I wont reach your level but Ill do as best as I can.
Thanks a lot!!.
You will have much better luck getting commentary and proposals on your observations if you provide some more photography to each. For starters, gill shots are essential for most every gilled mushroom save for those readily identifiable by cap surface or general stature alone. Give this:
a read for more info. Photographs which adhere to even a handful of the principles outlined on that page can be the difference between an ID and a forever-buried Fungi sp. entry.
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