Translucent whitish to pinkish jelly in irregular blobs. On dead branches piled on woodland floor.
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If you can not see the inclusions the Exidia thuretiana is more likely.
I've added today's photo and pointed to what might be inclusions. However on close examination they were few and I am thinking you are correct in suggesting Exidia thurentiana.
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yes i agree with flaxton you will not be able to see the inclusions if it is Exidia
The sources I've looked at suggest Exidia thuretiana is white ('pure white when wet'/ 'firm consistency') - and also much more rare. I'll have a closer look tomorrow because I tried to identify it from my photos.
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