Rosy Conk (Rhodofomes cajanderi)
Habitat: Growing gregariously on deadwood at the base of a ridge in a dense mixed hardwood forest (with some pines). Northwest Georgia.
Pore surface: Dirty pink. Tiny pores (a more bumpy appearance than anything).
Upper surface: Hemispherical with some wavy edges. Salmon to light brown (leather) colored with blackening near attachment points.
Notes: These were bulky, dense fungi. They were quite thick near the attachment points and tapered dramatically towards the edge.