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No fruitbody of the host is needed to know there’s one. The two fungi interacts inside the branch. There the hyphae of the Tremella (parasite) is tapping the hyphae of the Peniophora species (host) with haustoria.
In Wikipedia you could find a list of some species with their hosts:
I didn’t see any other obvious fungi on the branch and these certainly appeared to be a single species rather than a morphed shroom. Since it was slightly opaque, it would have been easy to see any host within.
Just curious what your thoughts are…
Created: 2011-06-18 16:45:45 PDT (-0700)
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