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Old Oct 2, 2008, 7:36 pm   #7
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Re: Now that is a

I have seen the Inonotus dryadeus.Common name: Warted Oak Polypore on several old ,almost rotten stumps or bases of trees. Whether or not the ever had hens growing on them i do not know. This is only my 5th shrooming season. Have never lost a hen tree to this warted oak polypore yet. Who knows what may happen ??

How is it that one careless match can start a forest fire,but it takes a whole box to start a campfire??

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