Notes: Found under live oak.
Cap turns a light green in KOH.
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But around S.C. I have found most with Redwood, less common with oak.
Up north they seem more centered around Pine.
are not mycorrhizal..
Can’t pinpiont an exact host with these. It seem the bigger the mix the more likely they will show up. The largest fruiting I have noticed was with a good amount of Doudlas Fir present (over a dozen or so).
I thought it was a little surprising to see these there. I’ve only ever found these in the northern coast, not in the bay area. But I see there are other obs. here from the Santa Cruz area, so it isn’t that surprising. Increases the range for these for me at least.
in Nisene Marks in late November, but that was the only substantial fruiting that I saw.
These seemed to be very common in this area this year.:)
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