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There is a good possibility that those are members of the gymnopilus genus, at least I can't see anything that would eliminate it... Keep in mind that many poisonous mushrooms can resemble gymnopilus mushrooms and that identification to species is difficult without having access to keys, microscopes, input of mycologists who specialize in that genus, etc.... errors in identification can also lead to poisoning.. they are unsafe to consume unless you can find some kind of way to get them positively identified. That in combination with the fact that the edibility status of many gymnopilus species is unknown really should be considered.
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