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in Europe is confined to Alnus alnobetulae in high elevations. Is that situation different in America or has not been done enough research about that yet?
Usually the very common orange Peniophora on all kinds of hardwoods with hyphae with clamp connections is called Peniophora incarnata here with me. There is a third one without clamp connections and very rare on Alnus incana and Alnus glutinosa but not Alnus alnobetulae.
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