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Summer Cep

(Boletus aestivalis)

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Summer King Bolete - Summer King Bolete

Summer King Bolete

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Photographer : Gerd Rossen
Digital camera used : Canon EOS 7D + Canon EF 180mm 3,5 L USM Macro
Resolution of the Photo : 5184x3456 Pixel
More of my Summer Cep photos you can find in our stock photo agency You can also find there many pictures from other photographers of this species.

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