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have you got a more zoomed out picture of this one, Inonotus dryadeus tends to form brackets whereas your pictures seem to show a crust but it might just be an illusion because the images are so close-up.
I agree Mike. It looks a bit thin fleshed for I.dryadeus. The second photo here looks a little like Stereum gausapatum (Bleeding Oak Crust).
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