Rather a greenish specimen and not with the usual whitish closer to the edge, but think it is a Trametes versicolor (Turkey Tail).
Trametes versicolor (L.) Lloyd on MyCoPortal
Trametes versicolor on MycoBank
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To see them on Madrone, I don’t much of anything growing on these (at least compared to other hardwoods and conifers in the area).
But photos of the underside would be needed to be certain. Trametes will have small pores, while Stereum will not have any pores at all.
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