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"Size of peas" is very small for Oysters. But I think I see decurrent gills like I'd expect with Pleurotus, although the undersides are not featured in the photos. 80F is not too hot for Pleurotus. I generally see them around the time when the Yellow Morels are out. Most often in spring I see them on poplar (aspen). But Pleurotus species grow on many types of hardwood. 

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