Largest one 10mm dia. Growing on rotten Crack willow
On wooden flood debris on stream terrace
This is the common colour form for this species
This is the rather unusual and rear yellow form when immature of this species.
On rotting pine log.
This slime mold was on the upper side of the same log which had a large well-developed plasmodium just a few days before. (see: http://naturewatch.org.nz/observations/380345)
Not a trace of the plasmodium remained! The photo here was just a few inches away, and was the only slime mold I could find.
Pale pink-coloured soft ball-shaped fungi about 4mm diam on rotting pine log. Seemed to be fluid-filled, but unable to see any structures on examining the fluid microscopically.