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Multiple small clusters of clear coral-shaped jelly fingers on dead wood covered with slime. The fingers were about 2mm tall.
Spotted on a decaying log in a damp fern gully -tall eucalyptus forest.
A Slime Mold. Each finger-like projection had nodular constrictions. Some of these clumps were just small nodules. Spectacular shapes when you have a close look. These are the sporocarps or spore-bearing bodies. The matrix or plasmodium is translucent.