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Observation 239156: Amanita Pers.

I noted when photographing this fungi,( I presume to be Amanita), that the stipe appeared cream coloured in shaded light whilst the fungi was in its natural habitat, but white in open light. The Cap appeared White but when the Fungi was photagraphed in daylight the complete fungi appeared cream. I took the First Raw image and sync’d the remaining other Raw images with the same result. (Colour Differences remained.)? Again confusing……..Unless due to the shade from the Cap, the white stipe becomes Cream? Maybe the fungi is Amanita farinacea.



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By: karode13
2016-05-21 11:28:23 BST (+0100)

is likely A. farinacea. I find ones the same down here in Victoria. I enjoy your images too :)