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Mat Ar
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Not certain but is this a Wood's ear?
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It does not look like the wood ears that I have seen, but I can't confirm or deny positively.
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Darn! I'd Really love it to be woods ear, Clouds ear, or Judahs ear(I think its all the same mushroom but I cannot be certain.) Fortunately if they are edible I have roughly 2 acres worth of deadwood infested with them!

Looked them up on wiki(Wiki) they described a few different Auricularia(jelly types) and the closest description to mine are Auricularia cornea, but I dont have a microscope to check the spore, So IDK?
 
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