Fruiting in association with Monterey Pine(Pinus radiata).
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What was the justification for ochraceorubens? The association with P. radiata? If so, you should be aware that a common mycorrhizal associate of P. radiata is R. rubescens, which has at least some red in the exoperidium. So does R. ochraceorubens.
Created: 2009-11-28 11:04:46 JST (+0900)
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