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The interior is not as yellow/orange as the material I see. But it really looks like Chaga to me.
looks more like I. obliquus to me.
I see what you mean about the photos in this post. The trees are also kinda blurry in zoom mode.
It’s smooth because my handheld photos are blurry, the trees are smooth too. I can snap another photo for you later if you like… I’m pretty sure this is it. The interior is orange and corky
Also are other similar Ostrya virginiana finds of mine from a few years ago…http://www.fungimag.com/...
from the I. obliquus I find here in eastern Pennsylvania. Surface looks to consist of areas that are smoothish/wrinkled, instead of the grainy/charcoal appearance I’m used to.
What does the interior of the clinker look like?
“Notes: Growing on Ostrya virginiana (ironwood, hophornbeam)”
I find it on this substrate infrequently, about 1/20th as often as paper birch.
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