At present this approx 44" long stick is F.O.G. - found on ground. But there are two distinctive features that may help some expert here help me identify the tree specie a) the bark of the branch is quite smooth, yet has splotches/spots of a lighter color and B) the branch "rings" are in a floral pattern.
I've been doing wood working for more than 30 years and this is a first for me.
My brother sent me a box of sticks from his 50 acre wooded property in the hills of TN. He had no clue as to the specie nor is there any way now to establish. I was hoping someone here might have recognized.
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