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Maybe a Boletus chrysenteron?
I found Fomitopsis pinicola on decidous trees so it doesn't live exclusively on coniferous ones.
They look like old Russula lepida.
Looks like Hydnellum spongiosipes. Thanks.
I would say it is a Russula lepida. Anyway, great shot!
I guess it looks like Amanita vaginata.
This looks like a young Ramaria, maybe pallida, I don't know.
Which is not helpful at all, sorry.
I can only tell you that this is a Geastrum sp.
Looks like a Hericium coralloides, but in an advance state of degradation.