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…by any means, and without a leaf or reproductive structure it’s difficult. I would expect smoother bark with lenticels, at least on small diameter branches, if it was Prunus sp. The roughness, furrows, thickness, and color of the bark and wood reminds me of oak I’ve seen, but as you say there are a lot of hardwoods to choose from in the Upper Midwest.
Oak is a dominant species in the woods around here. Also common are maples, ashes, cherrys and sometimes apple trees. There are a dozen or so of a less common but expected species.
I just added the picture of the sides of those logs. It might be a cherry tree, but I can’t be 100% certain..
Looks like a Bispora anamorph.
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