Joshua Finch wrote:
Lastly, from the information I have, members of the Malus (inc. apples) family do not form ectomycorrhizal associations. If you have found Scleroderma cepa under your apples, then there are probably roots of a nearby host species intermingling with the apple. Check out this link for a brief discussion of finding fruiting bodies of ectomycorrhizal fungi under nonhosts.
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