Turkey Tail, or Trametes versicolor // "For thousands of years, Asian herbalists have used turkey tail mushrooms in their medicine. It was one of the first fungi to provide a modern drug for treating cancer.
This photo jumped out at me from my FB feed. The colours alone had me. I'm a huge fan of the naturally occurring blue hues, especially in insects and fungi. These little, blue mushrooms are awesome. - Photo courtesy of Gardening
Despite their tiny size, many Marasmius species are tough little mushrooms. In dry conditions they simply shrivel up and wait for the next rain. (I recommend watching the british show The Secret Life of Plants to be fascinated by fungi.