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|Their hardness means they are very resilient and can live for quite a long time, with many species even developing beautiful multi-colored circles of color that are actually annual growth rings. The group includes many different shapes and forms that are common in the tropical forests, including the hard 'cup fungi' and the 'shell', 'plate' and 'bracket' fungus commonly found growing off logs and still standing dead trees.|
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Beautiful composition and colors, sharpness is also OK. I really like the way You composed the branch into the photo as a diagonal line. The beautiful fungi belong to Coltricia genus without doubt, most probably they are Coltricia cinnamomea or something else very similar.
Tfs, cheers from Hungary, László