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shows clearly the Elaphomyces that this was growing from. Did you find an un-parasitized sporocarp of the Elaphomyces? There should have been many nearby. Hopefully one of them isn’t parasitized. I admit to being more ineterested in Elaphomyces than Elaphocordyceps.
Elaphomyces can be abundant and prevalent. It is possible to find hundreds if not thousands of these fungi under a single host tree. Sometimes though there is only one or two. Still, worth a look. Try lifting the moss nearby. If you don’t find anything, replace it.
Created: 2014-07-27 18:42:40 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2014-07-27 18:42:51 CEST (+0200)
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