Notes: Specimen on image diameter 4 cm, but can cover big area, and shape on image is only randome shape, I have seen it covering 1 m long surface of this wood.
Gills on upper side, otherwise totaly flat.
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checked on local mushroom forum, got detailed explanation, which amongs other things say that this is early stage of this mushroom growth, and that it will ‘pop out’ later.
is extremely variable, and it can be resupinate too. If this isn’t it, I hope there is someone out there with a better suggestion.
I think it is not, unless it is possible that this mushroom forms no ‘cap’ at all. There was realy large surcaces cowered with it, but in no case elevated from surface, all totaly flat.
This looks similar but is elevated from surface of wood:
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