Notes: New host!!!
Eucalyptus in sight, but not close enough; besides, sporocarps with Eucalyptus have ochre spores. No pine or Arbutus. I think the tree pictured is the host.
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Willow loves to be on the sides of stream banks, rivers, lakes, etc.
Laurel could be just about anywhere, but has evergreen leaves (at least they are in my area).
On the edge of a lagoon, near a tiny creek thing (moist channel?)
near a water way? They look more like willow than laurel, at least for my area.
I’ll get some better pics eventually… nice to have two guesses at least.
willow or laurel, Jacob. Do the leaves fall off completely? Or do they remain on the tree all year round?
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