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I’ve seen the top ones before. I’d wager they’re the same mushroom in different stages of their growth. They’re not chicken of the woods, however.
The bottom ones are, methinks, turkey tail polypores. Not sought after for edibility,
 

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I’ve seen the top ones before. I’d wager they’re the same mushroom in different stages of their growth. They’re not chicken of the woods, however.
The bottom ones are, methinks, turkey tail polypores. Not sought after for edibility,
Look at these, any idea what they are?
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Turkey tail think used for medicinal purposes if not mistaking. hope someone can answer for sure. If not for sure let them be. Always be 100% I've hunted morels Indiana as a child and Tennessee, Virginia and Michigan as adult. Michigan is where to go if u can
 
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