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3rd pic was growing 20m away but I assumed it was same species, I could be wrong obviously. biggest ones maybe 8cm across caps very sticky hygrophanous drying from 'centre' outwards to pale beige colour. majority of the fruit bodies in the pics are about 3cm across. Must be some sort of oyster mushroom or oysterling sp.



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