The iridescent fungus (Lamproderma ovoideum) is actually not really a fungus but a slime mold protist (Mycetozoa class) type, and has one of the most beautiful colors of nature. They are very small and are located in Europe, Japan and parts of Oceania. 
Photo: Alain Michaud
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The iridescent fungus (Lamproderma ovoideum) is actually not really a fungus but a slime mold protist (Mycetozoa class) type, and has one of the most beautiful colors of nature. They are very small and are located in Europe, Japan and parts of Oceania. 

Photo: Alain Michaud

http://thebiologistapprentice.weebly.com/blog/hongo-iridiscente