It's a little hard to see, but this is an interesting grouping. The tiny
little bubbles of a yellow-tan fungus appear at top. The woodpecker holes
indicate that the tree is dying (always a sign, even if it still looks
healthy). At the branch's base are a couple of really weird fungal growths,
nearly black with raised gray speckles all over. A dead and shriveled
black leaf hangs from the twig, and just below it on the bark is a third
(black) fungus, much smaller and knobbier than the grayish branch growths.