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can be identified in some cases. I believe Charles Levebre is/was working on that. I don’t know how advanced it is, though. May require a scanning electron microscope, too.
M. uniflora forms relationships with Russula and Lactarius species. Sarcodes sanguinea forms relationships with Rhizopogon species. http://nature.berkeley.edu/...
To be clear, what you’re seeing in the photo is the brittle roots of the ghost pipe. The bright yellow mycelium is a Piloderma species; it is not associated with the plant as far as I know.
the fungus which M.u. is growing from as a parasite, is a Rhizopogon species. I’m not sure the science is far enough advanced at this point to tell which Rhizopogon it is, though.
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