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unidentified conk on a cut-down birch log - these were thick, and hooflike, with white to brownish underside. Not sure if these were artists conks? I thought artist conks were usually flatter?

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gratography 4 years ago

I also have a difficult time with many of the conks. Yours is too hard to tell for me. I do think you are correct in the fact that Artist Conks are much more flat and usually brown on the top. So I don't think Artist Conk.Maybe tinder conc, they look like hooves.

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Spotted on Sep 5, 2017
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