Notes: Very thin, almost shelflike caps and margin. Initially though these were some form of polypore from a distance(and before I turned them over). Dark reddish brown-almost black stem, centrally located, with grayish spines. Stalk was also tough and woody. Scent-non discript. Fruiting in Sitka spruce, hemlock and Western red cedar canopy(mostly old growth). White dusting on most caps. 4 fruiting bodies within 3 foot radius.
Temp: upper 60’s, sunny.
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