I found these mushrooms growing on an unidentifiable log, likely oak. They have a lot of features consistent with Pleurotus pulmonarius or ostreatus: white spore print, shelflike clustering, decurrent gills, off-center stem, growing on wood, tannish cap color, and their odor.
What's strange to me is their 1.5"- 2" long, thin stems. I've seen this on cultivated oysters, but never in the wild. I'm used to seeing short, stubby stems on oysters. I can't find any pictures or info of oysters with similar stems. But I also can't find any other mushrooms that fit the description better than oysters do. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.