Intergrade between E.e. eschscholtzii and E.e. xanthoptica. (Although it looks more like a E.e. oregonensis, to me.)
Under redwood log, on conifer branch.
Underside of redwood log.
I doubt it is toothed jelly fungus, just didn't know where else to start. It had a similar jelly-like texture, stalked, and was on conifer log. But it was yellow, not white, with a few black speckles, and didn't have "teeth." About 1" high.
About 1" high, under conifer log on (likely) more conifer wood. Already had a few maggot-looking things on it.
Dead, of unknown causes, and not eaten. Redwood forest. Discovered next to conifer logs.
Unusual subspecies? Unusually pale coppery- colored upper side and where legs attach.
Group of about 10 under a well-rotted redwood log. Each about 1/2" long, looked a awful lot like mobile redwood needles. Tiny eyes visible in some photos. For video: https://www.flickr.com/photos/30314434@N06/16381553267/
Soft tissue was pinkish-purpleish. Shell was more textured than most.
Another one of these yellow ones.