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  1. Thanks for your replies! They are indeed oysters, and they certainly tasted good!
  2. I'm almost positive that these are some kind of oysters, but the key word is almost. Further research is necessary before I put 'em in a frying pan. Anyone ever see these before? They have a light brown top with a lighter, gilled bottom. They are growing on dead elm that I've had stacked for a few years. I've seen aspen oysters this spring and they were really white. These aren't as white. I searched "elm oysters", but the pics that came up didn't match these. Thoughts?
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