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Turkey Tail?


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Trametes versicolor is very common here in eastern PA, especially since so many ash trees died off during the past 10-15 years. I think the ones seen in the photo are this species. But as Kevin said, you need to examine the underside to see if it's smooth (indicating genus Stereum; False Turkey Tail) or with tiny shallow roundish pores. 

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