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    Default I got one that's driving me nuts

    I have no idea what this is. I guess it smells a little like hedge apple, but after finding the leaves might resemble elm (to me the bark and wood doesn't) I think I smell a tiny bit of elm in there, but many trees kind of smell the same in some ways. Seems like medium density wood. The wood in the branches is very white. The wood when fresh cut is a bright yellow orange, not as yellow as hedgeapple, oranger, but it quickly turns brown until it is a dark tan, medium to light brown (no pictures of the end color, just fresh cuts).
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    Its an elm. Leaf bases are more symmetric than others but an elm nevertheless
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    Looks like our Siberian elm. A weed tree around here.

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    Yes, Siberian Elm indeed.

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    Ewww... looks like a sib elm for sure.

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    Cool, thanks for the help. I thought as far back as it was cut that it would be rotten inside, but it could have been great mill wood at that size right? 4 tons of wet log there ranging from 28"-50"+, 15ft

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    ???

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    Looks like fruitless mulberry...Morus alba
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    Mulberry of some description.
    From the supreme commander of Project Earth transition.



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