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#1 posted 09-11-2012 06:55 PM

Try USDA Forest Products Laboratory in Madison Wisconsin. Contact them via web. Send a sample—get an answer. Check on cost – was free and sample size (Maybe 1×3x6). Or as above – take to any Biology Lab and use a 10x Disecting Microscope instead of jewelers loopl. Send a pic of 1×3x6 so you can see all sides and closeup of each surface – end grain, quarter sawn grain and flat planed grain. Cut it so it looks like sound wood. All the features in the picture you posted make ID just a guess for most. Good luck. s

-- Steve, 'Sconie Great White North


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