Notes:
These specimens where found in close association with 2 young but well established Deodar cedars. Deodar cedars line Los Feliz Blvd for about 3 miles.
About a mile of very wide tree belt is available for colonization. A walking survey found no other specimens.

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ready for the dryer
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the 2 largest located at about the drip line
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collection site
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Found under the 2 trees by the light pole

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very interesting host!
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2014-05-01 07:32:05 PDT (-0700)

no other trees nearby?

if so, your LA sighting adds a bit more credence to my sighting of another phalloides under Deodar cedar here in the BA, at the Mt. View Cemetery. There was a live oak in the vicinity, but the phalloides was growing directly under the cedar, and the oak was over 70’ away, paced off.

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