Pale to bright yellow finger-like projections arising from decaying wood. These yellow fruiting bodies were about 16mm tall and about 2 to 3 mm wide. Some ended in a club shape (pic #4) and others showed forking. The bases were pale. The jelly fingers were in small groups but perhaps at an early development stage.
damp tall eucalyptus forest
The "cornea" perhaps represents the horn-like appearance of some. This is a saprobic jelly fungus. It felt a little like a jelly lolly. I did not wish to investigate any further as this was the only bunch I saw. This fungus belongs to the Dacromycetaceae family