Notes: All photos are of jelly on the same fallen branch. Note how the jelly turns black as it dries out. The fresh brown jelly was growing on the underside of the branch, which I flipped over for the shot.
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But they were on the same branch, and the one is clearly fresh and wet, while the other is drying out.
I think you have two different species of Exidia in your pictures. I’d call the second one glandulosa, but the first…? Exidia cartilaginea perhaps?
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