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Posted on Need help in IDing this wood

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#1 posted 11-05-2012 01:28 AM

If it was Cherry , you would really notice its unique aroma when freshly milled. With the Spalting and the chatoyance in the photos , I’d go with a Maple….possibly Red Maple. Any way to get a picture in natural light….no flash ?
Also found this referred to as “Sycamore Maple”...don’t know what you have for trees in your neck of the woods : )

Here’s a link to HobbitHouse for Red Maple , if you’re interested : ),%20red.htm

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