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I imagine it would be the latter, the ground cover probably holds in moisture/ lets in diffused light. I wouldn’t be surprised if they could grow on dead litter too though, definitely could be an added nitrogen source on top of nitrogen poor wood. Either way it makes for a nice picture
i have seen allenii emerging from strawberry “groundcover” in San Francisco. I think there were woodchips or woody debris underneath. can it grow on strawberry bush litter, or is it just a nice microclimate for primordia ?
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