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Location: Central Texas zone 8a
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I found this mushroom growing at the base of a fallen hackberry tree on my homestead. It looks so much like a reishi and after reading on it they are found here in Texas (I'd always associated them with colder climes) but I would love it if anyone could give me their thoughts?
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