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Chicken in the woods?

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It does look like an older Leatiporus sulfurous.  "Chicken of the Woods" 

Not to be confused with Sciurus Carolinensis "Chicken of The Trees." Although they are both edible,  the Sciurus is fuzzier in appearance and lacks the sulfur yellow color.  🙄 

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Seems to be chicken of the woods, but definitely too far gone to eat. Come back to this same log next year and maybe you'll have more luck.

Bruce

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