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Tristerix aphyllus only has two known hosts, the cacti species Echinopsis chilensis and Eulychnia acida. Here is a link to a web page with more information about Tristerix corymbosus.
The former name of this species is Tristerix tetrandrus. Unlike T. aphyllus., T. corymbosus is a parasite of different members of Salicaceae, such as chilean willow tree (Salix humboldtiana)and poplar trees (Populus spp.). It also associates whith pepper tree (Schinus polygamus) and black wattle (Acacia melanoxylon).
Victor thank you for the confirmation of my identification and the further information about host species of Tristerix corymbosus, I find Loranthaceae a fascinating family of plants.
You're welcome, Steve! Just like you, I also think Loranthaceae is a fascinating family. Thank you for your prompt reply.
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