Yellow jelly like fungus resembling Bulgaria inquinans but yellow not black. Growing on beech twig
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Maybe. The picture on the left is certainly a candidate for Ditiola (Femsjonia) peziziformis. I'm less convinced by the morphology on the right, and the fact that I can see the buried ostioles of a pyrenomycete in the wood makes me suspicious that this is a parasitic heterobasidiomycete, i.e. a Tremella or relative, rather than a member of the dacrymycetales. Did it have tuning-fork basidia and multi-septate spores, or cruciate basidia! You could guess all day about macro-photographs but you really need micro-features for many fungi to say anything objective.
I think this is all the same thing, the image on the left is just a part of the image on the right (actually towards the back righthand part). the colour of the one on the right is correct, the image on the left has a colour shift caused by including the white card with scale on. I agree about the microscopic features. Can you suggest a good guide to how to go about obtaining the microscopic features that we could include on ispot e.g. link to web page or what to include in newly written material.
Lat/Lng: 50.857814, -1.639318
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