I found all three of these species growing out of one of the trees in my grandfather's backyard. The tree was probably a living oak tree. I took these photos about a week ago on Long Island. The temperature was a little lower than 32 degrees, and it ha recently stopped snowing that day (or the day before, I can't fully remember). #3305, I couldn't even reach, so the photo is the only thing to judge what species it is by. #3263 was so leathery and thick-skinned that I couldn't get a piece of it. #3361 was my favorite. it is a jelly fungus of some sort. It felt like a combination of leather, jello, and bread. It was growing throughout the nooks and crannies of the bark of the tree, in an upward pattern. I would really like to know what species these are. Anyone know?