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Let's apply common sense to this situation, shall we?
The trees have stopped growing, and their metabolism is much more than that of fungus. Temps up there are dropping into the 20s at night. At freezing most cells die due to crystilization. Fungi cells don't have cell walls to protect them from crystalizaion associated with freezing.
Do you really think any mushrooms can be found when temps falling well below freezing?