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I'm going with a yep.


Do a spore print to confirm. Place gills down on Black paper. Spores should be light colored. If you don't see the spores (don't show up), place on a White paper. If the spores are dark, bad juju.
 

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Fleroo, I went back to tree and cluster rotted. Only one dried/rotted remained. Did get a few light colored spores off.
Am pretty sure they were Oysters.
This season, I have a friend that is going to show me some mushrooms that I don't know.
Thanks Fleroo.
 

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Those are definitely oysters. I found a nice flush growing right along side a road last weekend.
 

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is there a book on hunting or identifying mushrooms ?
Here are the two I have. Both include color pictures. Have had them since I was in my early teens. I'd recommend both. 20190907_221808_1567909232556.jpg
 
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