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They both can grow on coniferous wood and deciduous wood although H. capnoides seems to be found very rarely on the latter. But I don’t want to exclude H. sublateritium. But then one would need to know about the taste and the odor and microscopical features to be sure of the ID.
the difference between H. sublateritium and H. capnoides without knowing the substrate?
Created: 2009-10-06 14:46:34 CDT (-0500)
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