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Posted on Anyone know the species?

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PBWilson1970

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#1 posted 02-13-2020 03:47 PM

Without knowing how heavy or dense it is, I’d say it LOOKS like it could POSSIBLY be Butternut (which tears out so easily like what I think I see in the top right corner) or Black Locust or Honey Locust. The coloring looks similar to Myrtle but it looks too open/coarse grained.

Could you share a pic of the end grain. Locust is easy to spot by end grain.

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