Mass of gelatinous material very similar to frog spawn but without any embryos.
No interactions present.
Similar things have been posted before and I think they turned out to be fungi. It doesn't look like frogspawn so maybe try transferring to to fungi and lichens?
There have been lots of postings of this stuff on ispot, see here http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/10095, amphibians seem to be the best explanation, although I don't know what frogspawn is doing around at this time of the year
This stuff fascinates me, it can even be found high in trees. If you search for it on iSpot you'll find other records and much discussion. There is even a link to someone who has looked at it under a microscope. I suspect there are a number of phenomenon creating very similar jelly and perhaps all explanations are correct, obviously not for every blob of jelly though!
As for this one, I doubt it is frog spawn jelly at this time of the year, even with a mild winter it is very early.
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