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Grifola Frondosa?

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I’ve never found grifola frondosa before but I think this is what I found but not 100% sure. From the research I have done it usually grows at the base of oak or beech but this was found in the soil at the base of a large dead maple tree. I did not have my phone on me when I found it so the images are not where I found it. There is no staining when bruised & the spore print is white. Any help would be appreciated.

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Yep, that's a hen of the woods, grifola frondosa! They can occasionally grow under maples as well.

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