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you must distinguish between Tremella and other jelly fungi because they aren’t closely related to another. For example Tremella is a genus of the order Tremellales and Exidia belongs to the Auriculariales.
I don’t know why T. foliacea use Stereum spp. as host. But the hosts of the Tremella species are more diverse then one species or one genus. Just have a look to the english Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tremella#Species_and_hosts
I hope this answers your question?
Can you explain in short why jellies use Stereum as a host? I remember Noah showing me that t folliacea is around s complicatum. TIA.
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