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    https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/38368397?fbclid=IwAR3uLmW7jzLhSFBAnYxZpLJrMcJ7QKbhc6dkKWsnuo4bBViVTP58FGq95c0 This is what he posted so far. Has only been a few days and I'm sure he's pretty busy. Will keep an eye on it over the next few weeks to see any updates
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    Just as an update it seems it is confirmed as chaga. Sent a sample to Russel the president of indiana mushrooms
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    Ok got a few more pictures but the lighting this time of year is awful. Also, will post on the Facebook thing just waiting for join request. There was also a small spot coming through on the other side of the tree. Found another one that looked similar though a lot smaller. Both trees had the same toadstool as shown in pic
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    Its definitely a fungus of some kind, not a growth of wood. I'm going to go back today and try to grab some better pictures
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    Yes sorry, was NOT on a birch tree. I'll try the pictures again.
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    So I found what I'm pretty sure is chaga...only problem it was on a birch tree! See picures. Any help would be appreciated! As a bonus I also found some late frozen oysters! still had a few good ones! (the glove was for my friend who said I was wasting my time)

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