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Found these in the Red River Gorge of Kentucky. I’ve only ever eaten the orange variety of hen of the woods. These look and smell almost identical but they are much lighter than I’m used to and they feel porous and almost velvety. Think they are good to eat?
Found these about 2 yards from a western KY river, growing on very old driftwood and I couldn't identify the type of tree. Cap is convex and orangish pink, Google searching shades of orange show "salamander" to be the closest to it's color. Top of cap is very succulent looking, almost translucent and has maze like wrinkles. Largest cap ~ 1.5cm wide and total height with stem ~1cm. Gills white with a tinge of pink. Gills close but not crowded, adnexed. The stem similar in color to gills but more white, largest stem ~.5cm. Some clusters and some individual, all growing from fuzzy white mold-like streaks along the wood. Honey yellow "sap" ozzing from a couple without disturbance the consistency being between oil and watered down honey. Spore print light yellow brown. Any suggestions help thank you!