Large - as big as my hand. Dark brown - as in photo. Cream coloured gills (not pure white). I didn't touch it nor get up close to see the stem.
No identification made yet.
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These could be very weather beaten Lepista nuda.
could be a wide range of things but whatever it is they are quite interesting to be out in the spring so if you get the chance again have a good look under cap as well as on top and perhaps try breaking a few of the gills to check if they produce milk.
could this be polyporus durus or are they just tree growers?
The cap is the right colour for P durus but if you look at the top two fruit-bodies you will see gills;)
I'll get there eventually.
Aren't we all;)
Lat/Lng: 50.73107, -4.00229
OS grid ref: SX587942
Growing by a tarmac path in a old quarry, near a little used railway line, oak, beech, holly.