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|Parasol (Macrolepiota procera) again... During our vacation near Lake Balaton my older son and me visited the mountains, too... They're (the mountains there) named "Balaton Highlands", the highest peak is only less than 600 meters above sea level, but we enjoyed that small tour very much. It was great to find our so-loved Macrolepiota procera thehttps://www.treknature.com/gallery/photo134991.htmre also. Shot was taken on "Thomas Hill" (315 meters) near BalatonfÃ¼red. From the peak You get fantastic panoramic view of the city and the lake.|
Macrolepiota procera is an often picked and very delicious mushroom, which can be found on fields and in the forest, too.
"Macrolepiota" genus is having 11 species in Europe (taken from the book series "Urania, World of Plants and Animals", from the book "Inferior Plants").
If You'd like to see more of my Parasol photos, which were uploaded to the other Trek-sites, click HERE - plus You can also check out a very similar species, Macrolepiota mastoidea.
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- [2007-10-11 9:57]
Good morning, neighbour!
I love the details in this capture! Superb composition: very stable
- [2007-10-11 10:14]
I like such photos, natural colours and environment, good POV.
Yesterday I had for breakfast 4 Macrolepiota procera and not only jet different species.
Buen ángulo y composición Laszlo.
- [2007-10-11 17:21]
Another nice mushroom portrait/habitat presentation. Tasty species - I know it from experience :-) What to say more....
Best greetings & TFS!
I love the fine details in this interesting mushroom!
Good point of view to show the interesting parts of the plant...
The presentation is well composed, fine natural colours!