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Yellow jelly like fungus

Observed: 25th November 2010 By: gc5275
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - current student
gc5275’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens

fallen tree in beech wood


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I'm not so sure about

I'm not so sure about Tremella mesenterica, you normally find this on twigs rather than big logs. its not Bisporella citrina for the reason given by Mushroom Lady. possibly Calocera.

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Hmm, this is a tricky one. As Miked says T.mesenterica usually grows on thinner branches or twigs. I would suggest returning to the site if possible in a few days time to photograph how it has developed. This should help with identification.