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Grifola frondosa? Or meripilus sumstinei?

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When they're young like this one, G. frondosa and M. sumstinei can be difficult to tell apart. Not real confident here, but I think this is G. frondosa. Young fruit bodies of G. frondosa tend to be compact and dense with the fronds small like the ones seen here.

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