Small translucent golden bell-shaped jelly fungi, each about 10mm growing in little clumps.
Damp eucalyptus log
They had a jelly-like texture, the bell bodies thinning-out to slightly leathery wavy margins. They are stated to become pale with age and dry out to a reddish orange. Shrunken or dried bells can rehydrate with moisture, to quickly regain their shape. They looked very pretty against the sunlight. said to be a common fungus on rotting twigs and logs.