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I think, perhaps, this is the sort of time when the common English name might do.
I'd call this Witches Butter when out with the boy, not Yellow Brain (which it's nothing like (a yellow brain that is)).
But do witches eat yellow or orange butter or even have Golden Ears for their supper?
I do so love the old names which we are losing or confusing.
But we are in a science park (iSpot) and only the right ID wins through. So, out with the little knife and some water in a tube mplawlor. It's going to be fun!
But read the Californian's comments here -
Flaxon's note is interesting. I find that Witch's Butter grows almost exclusively on Gorse here (in Orkney)
The Gorse you find this yellow jelly on HAS TO BE also host to either a Peniphora sp. or S.hirsutum. ALL Tremella species are parasitic on other fungi not wood.
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Witches only eat black butter hahaha
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