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I would agree with Chicken-of-the-woods, Laetiporus sulphureus . I've only really seen it to be a deep yellow and also earlier in the season but it is often pinkish orange as in the photos and still about.


Here's some good pics, plenty of the pinkish ones. https://www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-guide/chicken-of-the-woods/


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Look at the edible stage too. They look like Chicken of the Woods, and slow brown rot fungus, which with Robinia will probably take quite a while to decay to any significant amount to be of safety concern - but maybe tap will an inspection hammer in the vicinity.

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