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¿ A Gasteroid form of Schizophyllum commune ?
The definitive test is an comparative ADN, but im make a microscopical comparation of hair appendages of this fungi with Lentinus critinus and Schyzophyllum commune.
come to think of it, I like your idea more.
My guess, a wild looking “split gill”.
Possibly a secotoid form of Lentinus crinitus (L.: Fr.) Fr. the hairy attachements looks similar-
Looks like lamellae inside..?-No spores seen.
Created: 2012-05-19 14:49:12 PDT (-0700)
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