(aka. sterile conk or cinder conk)
- Rough, cracked black, knob or cone like fungal growths protrudes from trunk, often near an old wound or branch stub
- Internally fungal growth is spongy, colored yellow-brown to
- Infected trees often break at the point of the fungal growth
- Mottled white and reddish brown wood decay can be seen within infected trunks
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