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A bright yellow jelly fungus growing on very damp dead wood. They are all host to tiny insects (collembola?). It apppears to grow with a stem or out the side of a vertical branch.
Spotted on Jun 14, 2013
Submitted on Jun 14, 2013
This is found on hardwood in native habitat forest. Thank you for your information Gully and Leuba and Subin.
Hardwood or Conifer? Tremella for the former, otherwise Dacrymyces as Subin suggested.
Lovely shots, Martin. I am amazed at the little Springtails that are around fungi- noticed them only this year.
Dacrymyces palmatus , I think