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Is it reasonable to assume these were on chinquapin (Chrysolepis sp.)? That’s the primary host in California, but ever since I saw those ones growing on a myrtle in the Eureka area I’ve been watching for more unexpected hosts. For those keeping score, I think it was an old Morella californica, the California Wax Myrtle. I was definitely not a California bay (sometimes called Oregon Myrtle).