Fungal fruit bodies are formed as wood decomposes and fungal species compete for resources and succeed each other. Bright annual fruit bodies of Laetiporus sulphureus on oak logs. Lithuania, Punios šilas, 2017. Photo D. Schigel.

  Part of: Moose RA, Schigel D, Kirby LJ, Shumskaya M (2019) Dead wood fungi in North America: an insight into research and conservation potential. Nature Conservation 32: 1-17.