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While I'm not particularly interested in eating this mushroom off a neighbor's tree, I would like to know if it can be identified. I love these little guys, although this one was about ten inches across, and am just curious. If this is a purely foraging forum, I apologize for the wasted bandwidth! xD



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Do you know the type of tree, aspartametears? It looks like there are two or three fruit bodies growing tightly spaced, an interesting arrangement because this would mean the spore-bearing surfaces of the two on top are partially covered. Do you have photos of an upper surface? Is the context hard like wood or a rock, or is it somewhat flexible? 

I see you are interested in lichens. My wife is a lichen enthusiast. Lichens have been getting a little more respect at the big forays, eg NAMA and NEMF. I *think* they've been compiling species lists for them. 

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