A yellow jelly fungus. I found it on a fallen log, and it was growing right next to some turkey tail mushrooms. The texture is like rubber and it is very bright.
Looks sort of like a piece of sulfur.
Here's Tremella mesenterica or Witch's Butter, glowing in the sunshine on a fallen branch.
Similar to Auricula Auricula but smaller, dainty, very thin, fragile. It is jelly like, stretching as I pull some off the branch. (branch was hardwood, fallen, rotting on the ground.
Tremella is a genus of fungi in the family Tremellaceae. All Tremella species are parasites of other fungi and most produce anamorphic yeast states. Basidiocarps (fruit bodies), when produced, are gelatinous and are colloquially classed among the "jelly fungi". Over 100 species of Tremella are currently recognized worldwide. Two species, Tremella fuciformis and Tremella aurantialba, are commercially cultivated for food.