I always find clamps tricky and like to see a definite overlap before I am happy with them. I think here the answer is in the spores E. sericeum has 5 angled spores and E lucidum 5-7 angled spores E. april has a stouter stem and occurs with shrubs and as the photo clearly shows 5 angled spores then E sericeum has my vote.
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