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… if there are more species of corts here than in Europe, it’s more species of drab brownish or whitish unidentifiable corts. :)
just look at all them Amanitas – and Boletes.. We’re far behind the amount of species there. It’s hard to beleive that the Corts are fewer. And I beleive it is the genus with the largest amount of species in Northern Europe, despite the rather few suitable host trees.
Europe so don’t envy us for we envy you :( you also have more trees and shrubs and flowers and most probably more animals too. This is coz the Ice Age didn’t extinguish a whole load of species because no mountain chain stood like a bolt before them…
we have more species than you do in NA, but we might have more species with names ;-)
it just doesn’t seem fair…:)
But I agree, there are some affinities. Not much more in common than the looks though. They contain different kinds of poison, the cort is mycorrhizal etc..
Created: 2009-08-26 13:37:42 CDT (-0400)
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