Notes: Under Atlas Cedar. This is the first time I have found B. edulis var. grandedulis under a non-native tree, although I believe Dimitar has found them under eucalyptus.
Prior to this, the only mycorrhizal mushroom I’d recorded under these trees in Santa Cruz had been Hebeloma crustuliniforme.
I can’t be sure that it is actually B. edulis var. grandedulis, but a friend of mine is going back to collect it when it matures – he will save a sample for genetic analysis – would be interesting to examine the genes involved in mycorrhizal compatibility in this one.
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