At first I thought this was Asocoryne sarcoides, but it was noticeably bigger than any A.sarcoides I have seen before.
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Looks like a piece of pepperoni ham! I'm sure it's Ascocoryne, but how big was it across? A.sarcoides can reach around 1.5cm.
The top right picture shows the largest specimen. It was easily more than 1cm in diameter. I realise it's not easy to tell apart from A.sarcoides, hence my unwillingness to say that I'm as sure as I can be. However, it did have a very different look (larger, less jelly-like, more cup-shaped, lack of brain shaped formation) from any of the many previous specimens I have seen of A.sarcoides. So on that basis I think the likelihood is that it is A cylichnium.
Thanks for the clarification ML.
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