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Can anyone ID this? Phyllotopsis nidulans

 
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Found it this week in the Fraser Canyon in British Columbia while looking for pine mushrooms. I almost mistook it for chicken of the woods, but it has gills on the underside. It seems to like growing on fallen birch trees. It's fairly soft and doesn't have a very distinct odor. I can't find anything in my field guides about it.
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Phyllotopsis nidulans?

Some of the guides are saying that the rank smell can be absent in some specimens.
 
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Thats the one. I'm impressed! I've been mushroom foraging for a few years, but never seen this species. Now if I can only find more pines out there!
 
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