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    KTSmith replied to the thread Hey Look at My Crud....
    For the fuzzy yellow one, I'd start with the Dyer's Polypore, Phaeolus schweinitzii. Pretty common on spruce and some other conifers in...
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    KTSmith reacted to southsoundtree's post in the thread Looking for owners/boss advice with Like Like.
    Hey boss, got a minute, well, 5? I need some advice? I've tried a lot of things, but they're not working. What do you suggest I do...
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    KTSmith replied to the thread Hey Look at My Crud....
    Wonderful Monotropa! Maybe folks might like some background which to JD is old hat. Perfectly self-respecting heath flowers (family...
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    KTSmith replied to the thread Hey Look at My Crud....
    OK, I'll bite. I'd start with genus Lepiota (or Macrolepiota, to be more current). The "parasol fungus", a prominent edible, is L...
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    KTSmith reacted to cerviarborist's post in the thread Mauget Abacide Question with Like Like.
    You might want to reach out directly to the Entomology Department of the university that services the county extensions. TSU and ETU...
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    KTSmith replied to the thread Honey locust fungi.
    So I did mention Ganoderma, but as the "hedge bet". I'd still start with a resinous weeper, Ischnoderma resinosum. I say "start with"...
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    KTSmith replied to the thread Honey locust fungi.
    Sorry to need a special invitation! I'd start with a resinous weeper, Ischnoderma resinosum. This one is highly variable as a little...
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    KTSmith reacted to Serf Life's post in the thread Fungus ID question with Like Like.
    Try Ischnoderma resinosum resinous polypore. Audubon Field Guide is good, Mushrooms of North America has some outdated sci names but...
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    Ok, we see the exfoliative ("lacy") bark. You might have more of a helpful response if you show us the characteristic features upon...
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    KTSmith reacted to cerviarborist's post in the thread Help my trees are dying with Like Like.
    In the interest of retaining your hammock attachment points, you might want to contact an ISA Certified Arborist...
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    KTSmith reacted to rico's post in the thread Maine and employment opportunity with Like Like.
    My beloved Redwood hills are currently burning to the ground, and life in NorCal isn't looking very sustainable into the future. One of...
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    KTSmith reacted to cerviarborist's post in the thread Hello TreeBuzz with Like Like.
    Welcome to the buzz, and best of luck to you in pursuing your newfound career. One piece of advice I was fortunate to receive when...
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    KTSmith replied to the thread Need Help.
    Have you seen any flowers? Might it be a sour gum (Nyssa sylvatica) or some other gum? Any chance of an in-focus closeup of branchlets...
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    KTSmith reacted to Tom Dunlap's post in the thread Edit: Buffs are actually ok masks with Like Like.
    ...or the despondency from the lack of a response plan from the Federal government.
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    KTSmith reacted to Phil's post in the thread Edit: Buffs are actually ok masks with Like Like.
    I remember when banning smoking in bars and restaurants was a hot button issue. Lots of "my body my choice" arguments to not ban it...

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