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which is somewhat “stipitate” or at least pseudo-stipitate and attached to the substrate.
because only now I noticed that thing, on the same stick, I thought it could be very young specimens before getting yellow tones, they are tiny jelly like, but I don’t find any place explaining how they grow.
Under the disc, they have a minor base which is attached to the wood, but it is not easy to see in all. Host: pine.
is something completely different but do not ask me what (maybe some Hypocreales).
And the rest is almost certain not D. stillatus. Looks more like D. capitatus or D. minor. You should save it. And which host was it on?