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Thanks for suggestion, but my book says it grows specifically on oak and is uncommon. Stump too far gone to be sure but I can say there are few or no living oaks around that wood as far as I am aware. Mainly beech, birch, a few sweet chestnut and some I'm not too sure about but aren't oaks.
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