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Id have to say no to Plicaturopsis crispa as the caps don’t seem crimped to me. I’m also recalling they had a fleshy feel to them.
Yes—-Im recalling from memory, but the reddish brown ones were not polys—-I think possibly Panellus serotinus. I was very curious on the hairy greenish ones
growing on the dead tree. The hairy greenish mushroom in the top pic looks like Armillaria… maybe A. mellea. The reddish-brown ones look like polypores; maybe Ischnoderma resinosum. Some of the small reddish round ones may be other examples of the polypore… or maybe yet another type of mushroom!
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