I've always loved looking at photos of this type of fungi - the brightness of the colors and stacked/fanned out growth habit are very beautiful. Sulfur shelf, or chicken of the woods mushroom, grows on living or dead trees, often on the main trunk. Its presence on a living tree indicates extensive decay and increased potential for tree failure.
This is another piece which Berroco so kindly provided yarn for me to create. Made with Ultra Alpaca, the color ways shown are Masa and Grove Mix. I still have a few more phases left involving the lovely Berroco yarns!
This structure was knitted as part of my 52 Forms of Fungi project. Check out more of the forms from this project.