Notes:

Two mushrooms spotted beneath hardwoods on a hillside in a dense mixed hardwood/pine forest in Northwest Georgia (Gordon County), US. The first four photos are of the smaller specimen. Cap is brown to cinnamon-toned and slightly fuzzy. Underside of cap is white to cream with very flat (I’d say squamous?) pores that extend down the stipe. Stipe is more of a blush to pale gold tone. Flesh is white. No bruising occurs on cap, flesh, or stipe. Cap flavor is very pleasant and mild. I’m still waiting on a spore print.

The other specimen is GIGANTIC, and some wildlife had already gotten to it. The stipe has darkened to a dark cinnamon brown, and the cap is less fuzzy (and more leathery) than the younger specimen’s. Stipe is around 7 cm diameter at thickest point. Height of mushroom is around 22 cm!

Any help with an ID is much appreciated!

In summation:
Cap: brown to cinnamon-toned and slightly fuzzy. white flesh beneath.
Pore surface: white to cream with very flat (I’d say squamous?) pores that extend down the stipe.
Stipe: blush to pale gold tone.
Cap flavor: Pleasant, very mild
Bruising: None at all
Spore print: pending

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