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SeaweedWitch

Could it be chaga?

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I found a black mass on a long-since-fallen, dead birch tree. I pulled it open and it revealed a lighter interior, but not the signature color of most chaga.

Still, I’ve seen some pictures of chaga where the inside was darker than usual so I thought I’d ask anyway. 

The portion on the upper side of the photo is the black exterior. The brown is what I revealed when pulling it open. 

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I'd like to see a zoomed out photo. Regardless, on a dead birch chaga is deemed useless, from what Ive read.  Definitely not the honey golden color Im used to seeing.

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As @troutddicted said, it should be a honey color on the inside. Its a slightly bright, fresh looking color, like this. Its hard to tell for sure from the photo but I lean toward this not being Chaga. If this is Chaga, I wouldn't ingest it.

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