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This area is predominantly limestone with some basaltic outcrops. The vegetation is diverse ranging from cedar to pine and eucalyptus, in addition to the typical Mediterranean species of oaks. All this gives you a massive fungal diversity and I’m still in early exploration.
It was just to say Hi rs.
Maybe I didn’t find many mossy places under trees, but I was thinking it could due to soil pH, in fact it could be almost everything, including my distraction or no luck. Monsanto seems to be a very prolific place.
That’s maybe by the same reason that here I don’t find some …rooms. More seriously, did you look for them? Try some humid places with grass or humus of trees.
I wonder why I don’t find those …glossum things here…
Created: 2014-01-16 20:43:42 CET (+0100)
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