Notes: I do not remember ever finding it before. So I’m only calling it “Could Be.” White spore print. Growing out of a well-defined stump, probably Noble fir (no bark). Elevation at least 3900 feet, and likely 3930 +/- 10 feet. About 100 yards from parking lot at top of Larch Mountain Road. Very large pores, I would estimate some are easily 2mm across. Arising from a single root-like base from the stump, and hypogeous to the stump. Several separate but joined shelf-like sporocarps present. Flesh white, thick when sliced. Pores angular, irregular in size and shape, but mostly large. A rather pleasant agreeable aroma, similar to shiitake.
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