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Probably a botanist would know what that is. Unfortunately we don't have any of those on the forum. Do we?
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i think that's a coniferous tree ....i have seen conifers and the young shoots look like the tree in that pic.
does that thing move
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Its definetly growing off of the tree, whether it is a parasite, etc., I don't know. But I watched its entire development until death while it was on the same spot in the tree.
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As I suspected, it is too big to be carried by the wind. It is probably a parazite fungus. The wind brought spores to your tree and from there you know what happened. or it could be an alien
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