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but I proposed Hydnellum sp. because its terrestrial, common, and mostly because of the aborted mini-caps developing on top of the original caps and this kind of elaborate stacking is typical with Hydnellum. Also I thought it look the most like this record:
Pores, spines, smooth?
If not this stays enigmatic till new finds.
this is the only photo
Reminds of Phaeolus or Inonotus (Onnia).
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