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lateritium vs. capnoides from photos. But in my experience, lateritium is more likely to show a ring zone on the mature stipe.
Sometime the best one can do is to base the ID on the surrounding tree types.
Why, do they look like more like capnoides to you? I found them in an area that was predominantly hardwood, but I didn’t make absolutely certain because I had forgotten this one of the key distinctions between lateritium and capnoides.
about the type of wood hosting these?
Created: 2014-09-19 12:41:40 CDT (-0400)
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