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IMG_20220109_164742.thumb.jpg.7050769c1300d58ca55e05870a3d60d2.jpgThe top one was found in a feild. Found these growing from a dead stump tops and dead trees. Found during winter in Massachusetts. Can anyone help to identify?

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Edited by Jb02738
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Best to create one post per type of mushroom. Trying to discuss several mushroom IDs within a single thread gets confusing. 

Much of what is seen here is old and decaying. Best to harvest fungi for ID discussion when examples in good condition are available. 

I think the top photo may be Ganoderma curtisii. I also believe I see Trichaptum 8, Trametes betulina 9, Trametes gibbosa 5, and maybe a species of Stereum 7. 

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