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Lentinellus ursinus

Fruitbodies are bracket-form, 3-10 cm at the base, up to 5 cm wide, more or less flat, woolly near the attachment, pallid to tan, and often becoming dark brown to blackish near the centre. Flesh is thin, toughish, white to buff, and bitter tasting.  Gills are close to well-spaced, with ragged edges, and  pallid to pinkish buff.  Spore prints are white.  It fruits on old logs or stumpsand is widespread and fairly common. Not edible.