Collection location: West Lancashire, Lancashire, England [Click for map]
My initial guess for it to be Ascotremella faginea, has been overtaken by greater likelihood of it being Exidia glandulosa. Both on same page in Laesso’ book Mushrooms, pub DK.
Growing on old logs of Quercus cerris (turkey oak).
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