Calocera viscosa, a Jelly Fungus.
The bright colour drew my attention to this fungus. It and it’s friends were distributed in an area about a metre square. It was surprising to me to find it is a jelly rather than a coral fungus. For a size comparison that is a leaf from Acer macrophyllum, Big-leaf Maple.
''Calocera viscosa'', commonly known as the yellow stagshorn, is a jelly fungus, a member of the Dacrymycetales, an order of fungi characterized by their unique "tuning fork" basidia.
It is not poisonous, but its tough gelatinous texture and nondescript taste and odour make it unattractive as a food. Its striking colour has led to it being used as a garnish on occasion, however.