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Those look choice. No bugs and prefect "ripeness". 

Growing on Aspen is significant for identifying Pleurotus pulmonarius or populinus.

I would eat them without hesitation.

Stir fry,  risotto........

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Thanks! I was 85% sure, but haven't actually found any pleurotus here before. It's always agaricus, verpas, puffballs, parasols, and the odd c. nuda. Hoped someone would reply before supper!

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