Notes: Redish-black to black, blister-like jelly fungus growing on an Oak branch.Some portion were drying hard, but others maintained a soft jelatinous texture. Upon probing the flesh of the fresher portions I obtained a few very tiny white granules that were visible to the naked eye.
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