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These were growing from buried wood, near an area that has had lots of trees removed recently, so there’s tons of wood in the soil.
Gymnopilus luteofolius is the closest I can find that is a match, I need to get more slides for my microscope.
Observation. I’ve never seen Gymnopilus growing in this habitat before!
The squamules seem too appressed and too widely spaced for luteofolius. Although, After an hour of comparing your collection to other species, I can’t imagine what else it could be.
Can’t wait to see the microscopy!
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