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Xylaria polymorpha or "Deadman's Fingers" in bloom. It's a fungus that usually grows from rotting or decaying wood.

In the forest - Cortinarius (Telamonia) ~ By André De Kesel

I realize this is blue gill fungus, but it also looks like hat trim inspiration to me! Ruched underbrim of shibori-streaked silk, anyone?

.Looks like orange slices to me...I know, I do know which is edible & which is not.

White chicken mushroom, also known as Spring chicken (Laetiporus cincinnatus/Laetiporus semialbinus/Laetiporus sulphureus) | "In a good season, vegetarian mushroomers can have their chicken and eat it too, throughout the warm part of the year."

Saffron Milk Cap (Lactarius Deliciosus) ~ By Janine Paris

This is an amazing looking fungus. First thing that came to mind was Porcelain Fungus - Oudemansiella Mucida

Phellodon sinclairii is a native fungus found in beech forests of New Zealand.