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No, not to my knowledge. Please make note of this
- there is concern that exotic mushrooms are becoming INVASIVE SPECIES in Australia. Right now, I know of only one documented case of invasive ecto fungi in Australia. As far as I know, Rhodocollybias are saprobic. You can contact me off MO if you wish. Thanks.
Thiese mushrooms were growing prolifically in a local forest of Pinus radiata. Do you think there might be a mycorrhizal relationship between the two?
Under exotic Pinaceae?
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