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Clumps of white opaque jelly cups covered by translucent layer of jelly. Some were small and nodular and others were tinged pink.
The largest would have been about 7 mm wide.
Also on the branch were minute pink jelly buttons (Ascocoryne sp.)
Spotted on a damp moss covered tree trunk - rain forest with eucalyptus and southern beech trees.
Not sure if these are a species on their own or an emerging form of Myxarium species of jellies. Needs more research for a correct ID.