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Small super bright yellow-golden jelly fungus similar to
Often mistaken for Witch's Butter. Vibrant yellow-orange fungi with lots of ...
Spotted along the Big Panther Creek
10052014_Orange Jelly Dacrymyces palmatus
Orange fungus on top of a cut oak trunk.
Thanks to Chester for the help on the Nature Chat! (2-8-13)
Little mushroom, few mm in diameter, grows on old trunk
Yellow-orange gelatinous fungus. Often mistaken for Witch's Butter (Tremella ...
Orange jelly like fungus. Growing in the crack of a decomposing log.
Found growing on an old tree stump.
They were growing on a tree stump. Looked wet or maybe slimy, I didn't touch ...
Yellow jelly fungus
Covered a large portion of the log.
Jelly fungus on a rotting conifer stump.
On dead stupm in mixed deciduous woods
Jelly fungus on conifer
Growing on a rotting Douglas fir.
Spotting 600! Yay!
Dacrymyces palmatus? Tremella mesenterica?
On a fallen pine in Robinson Woods.
Irregular, brain-like, gelatinous blobs that were orange-yellow in color. Some ...
It was covering the whole log. Maybe
Photo take at my backyard on a old hard wood bench, gummy look very small ...
Tiny bright yellow-orange carpophores, 0,2 - 0,3 cm in diameter; appear ...
Squishy gelatinous fungus that grows in coralline patterns on rotting logs.
Similar to Witches' Butter in both appearance and habitat.
Possibly Witches' Butter or Dacrymyces ...
1/2 to 3/4 inch tall
an unusual edible mushroom. Grows in deciduous wood.
These bright orange color really stand out in the snow
Hormomyces aurantiacusTetragoniomyces uliginosus?
Bright orange in color, very soft and squishy.
5 cm cap diameter