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The pics are not that great so it is difficult to say. The sulfureus I have seen have this distinctive … sulfur color that is really difficult to miss. Although they like to groy on elm, I see them generally growing above 1 meter or so, not at the base. They smell like… chicken maybe ?
It was growing in a hiking trail and got stepped on. Growing at the base of elm tree. Flesh dry, on odor, tastes dry.
That doesn’t look like laetiporus s. What is growing on wood? Did you cook and tasted it ?
Created: 2017-04-29 13:19:08 PDT (-0700)
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