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Gills often splitting into 2, especially near the cap edge; and sporocarp has a 2-needle pine leaf on it. Log might be pine, which would limit what it might be. Was thinking Pleurotus until I saw the gill shape and stipe structure. Still might be something like P. ulmarius. Probably not a Lentinus as I see no notching of the gills.
Created: 2010-10-31 17:55:59 CST (+0800)
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