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Krull

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  1. The fact that they are much thicker than normal turkey tails is what really through me off. They are also very soft and do not feel woody at all. The saplings that they are growing on are maple trees.
  2. No experience in picking hens. These look a bit like turkey tails although they are a lot more fleshy than the turkey tails I am used to. Are these young hens? Looks like they are overgrowing a yonge tree sapling.
  3. They are out there. Found a few this morning under an Elm tree on a quick walk. In an area just outside of the GTA.
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