The focus is on the jelly fungus, not the lichen.
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Aren't these a bit small for Tremella? I thought they might be Dacrymyces... and would welcome a discussion :-)
Thanks for the suggestion. They certainly don't look like other observations of T. mesenterica, but I don't like posting without some sort of ID to kick things off (although I have, just recently).
I don't know much about these gelatinous wonders, but they provoke my curiosity when I'm out lichen hunting. I'm not familiar with Dacrymyces; my hopelessly outdated book only has D. stillatus, and it doesn't look like that.
If correctly identified, some web images for D. chrysospermus look a far better match, but I have seen some suggestion on here that it's "very rare".
I have agreed with your ID to void mine.
... on the other hand, they could be baby Tremellas :-)
I'm at a loss. I guess this is a microscope job unless anyone else has an idea.
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