Wife & I came across these guys yesterday while hunting morels near Bridgeport Oregon. I am very familiar with false chanterelles, but haven't seen any this color. True, but forked gills, white spores, solid inner stem that is white and growing from root structure of Alder stump along an area clear-cut logged 2 years past. Thought this might also be a Clitocybe Rivulosa variant. I've been hunting mainly morels and chanterelles most of my life, but I'm new to Oregon/Pacific NW mushroom hunting. Exact ID isn't important, just wanted to "lurk" here to hopefully learn more and to share some pics.