Amber Jelly

Under two mature oaks, one red and one willow. Windfall branches from the canopies after a recent rain-snow storm. (Over-exposed coin just over an inch across for scale.)
Both trees’ branches were sporting this jelly raisin-like stuff. It seems to be Amber Jelly Fungus (Exidia ricsa).
I’ve never see this at eye-level or below, only on branches/twigs that have fallen down. There’s stuff going on way up there that we earth-bounders rarely see.

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