Gelatinous masses, mostly without particular form found on moss and grasses in very wet heathland. There were several of these masses in the area.
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I posted some pictures of similar jelly 2 days ago, (but under the reptiles and amphibians section), and others have posted links there to other reports, esp. a BBC Scotland discussion. There may be several different causes for gel deposition,of course, but my money would be on the frog theory. Lots of speculation on the net, under Star/ astral/ frog jelly. I took some home, and in rainwater it swelled to twice its size, and the linear nature of the stuff was more apparent.
Lat/Lng: 54.385330915872, -2.8312110900879
OS grid ref: SD461991
Small tarn and bogland. Habitats are a mix of acid heathland with some more base-rich flushes. There is also some unimproved pasture.