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I've seen this in October 2016 on Corsica (Island of France):

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See https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gr-20-petra-piana-to-onda-08.jpg for more images and higher resolutions.

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  • $\begingroup$ feels like it could be some sort of Amanita. i only see that one image in your link, are there more from other angles? $\endgroup$ – picapica Oct 19 '16 at 11:10
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Pretty sure (but not 100% certain) that it is a Amanita porphyria bk9845, which in german is called a "Porphyrbrauner Wulstling"

Cap: 3-12 cm; convex, becoming broadly convex, often with a central bump; sticky at first or when wet; bald; appearing streaked radially; the margin not prominently lined; grayish brown to brown or purplish brown; often with scattered gray to purplish gray warts or patches.

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