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This shelving white mushroom grows on wood. The gills turn brown as the spores mature. In Phyllotus porrigens (Angels Wings) and Pleurotus ostreatus (Oyster Mushroom) the gills remain white (white-spored).Caps are bracket-form, laterally attached, convex to flat, shell-shaped to fan-shaped, 1-3 cm, dry, smooth, white. Gills are attached, narrow, close, white becoming brown. Stalks are absent or very short, with a hairy base. Spore print is brown. Widespread and common, it fruits on rotting logs and stumps.