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occurs in plantations here and there, and is spreading spontaneously in the southern part of Sweden. They are often used as ornamental trees.
But I found the fungus on spruce.
Here it almost exclusively grows on firs. Seldom it can be found on spruce or douglas fir if you trust literature but I never have seen it on any other conifers than Abies alba.
Another one that I have only found once and haven’t seen for 20 years..
Created: 2013-02-15 13:02:09 PST (-0800)
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