Might could use the biscuit cutter to take out the biscuit showing on the edge and cut some cedar the same color and oriented the same grain direction and glue it in tightly. At least then you would not have a different type of wood showing
I think what Gary is saying is to use the biscuit cutter and make a new hole and cutting a piece of cedar the shape of the biscuit to plug the hole with. It might make a smaller spot just to use some mahogany wood putty if it's in the red part of the wood or mix some tinting color to some spackle or bondo to fill the void.
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