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rock rose on the left-hand side. That would be a good candidate.
In North Africa, rock rose is associated with several Terfezia species.
That’s really interesting! Thanks for your wealth of information… I added a photo I took of some of the plants right next to it, on the off-chance they would be significant, but assumed they wouldn’t be. Want more or is that good?
Pisolithus forms mycorrhizae with many other plants. Included are rhododendron, azalea, manzanita, sagebrush, and probably others. It could associate with woody herbacous forbes as well, so don’t rule out mats of yarrow, foxglove, and most perennials.
This could be one of the natives.
or any other substantial trees nearby… just in a front yard in the suburbs. If any smaller plants are candidates, I can definitely look around.
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