Notes: Not entirely, sure, I’ll dig it up to make sure- but as visible in the picture, there are no cedar elm near. instead I’ve been finding these associated with Diospyros texana, a Persimmon.
Although I still find some growing from stumps I can only assume to be cedar elm- due to size.
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