This caught my attention. At first glimpse it appeared to be a yellow form of bracket fungus but on closer inspection the yellow can be seen to have spread beyond the bracket fungus so I think this is a yellow slime mold that's growing on an old bracket fungus which was in turn growing on dead wood.
I think the bracket fungus is a dead probably Ganoderma applanatum as I've photographed what I believe to be Ganoderma applanatum at this site on a previous visit.
This is the same cluster of fruiting bodies as in the first photograph of this observation, where Jerry points out that this species, formerly Agrocybe parasitica, is now Cyclocybe parasitica. 3–4 days' difference between the two observations.