Please enter an image of lots of Bracket fungi layered on top of each other.
The more layers, the better and the most spectacular.
Vote for the Bracket fungi which you think has the most spectacular layers.
Bracket or shelf fungi are large, exterior growths on trees. They have small, numerous pores on the bottom side and a hard, smooth top. Some shelf fungi attack the tree when it is still alive, while others only grow after the tree has died and fallen to the ground. Since bracket fungi always grow with the pores facing toward the ground, it is easy to tell if the fungus starting growing when the tree was standing upright. Because the long filaments of these types of fungi often penetrate to the heart of the living tree, shelf fungi can be very damaging to the life of a tree.
Pretty fungus in my garden, Tumut, NSW, Australia. by kaysharp was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 6 votes.