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as the braches of other hardwoods. Yellow birch is not particularly common in CT but both Galiela rufa and Black birch are. A beaytiful cup fungus and always photogenic.
could be yelow birch, Betula alleghaniensis
your East Coast jaunt!
up and to the left. Some kind of Betulaceae? I don’t know the trees here yet…
growing on wood?
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