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Description : Fruiting bodies (conks) of the White Spongy Trunk Rot on a Paper Birch stem, indicates that there is probably little merchantable heartwood left, and the tree should be considered hazardous. Catalogue ID: 2003.55.2019
Date : October 1st 1988
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