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8 hours ago, DGB said:

Hi folks can you help identify this firewood please?

I'm somewhere between beech and birch but then I'm terrible at this and so i'm asking you.

Thanks 

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Alder, no that old so bark is smooth.

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Thanks folks, as previous a good response. Interesting there are so many different species put forward. The spalding is quite interesting also.

 

Thanks again. 

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9 hours ago, DGB said:

Thanks folks,  The spalding is quite interesting also.

 

Thanks again. 

That's in Lincolnshire isn't it ?

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12 hours ago, Stubby said:

That's in Lincolnshire isn't it ?

Bloody predictive text!!😂😂

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Found this growing off a fallen piece of the same tree if it helps with the identification?

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On 06/04/2021 at 11:44, DGB said:

Hi folks can you help identify this firewood please?

I'm somewhere between beech and birch but then I'm terrible at this and so i'm asking you.

Looks a bit like Hazel that's been dead a while. Anything else around it to help I'd? 

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7 minutes ago, Tippin Alaybye said:

I was wrong!

Aye, but the spalted log looked a bit dead 🙄 but we'll not have long to wait for a leaf.

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On 06/04/2021 at 11:44, DGB said:

Hi folks can you help identify this firewood please?

I'm somewhere between beech and birch but then I'm terrible at this and so i'm asking you.

Thanks 

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Looks like spalted alder that I was working with the other week not a clue how to Id trees by bark etc so could be wrong 

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