Habitat: It often occurs on cedar-board fences becoming apparent every time it rains.
Substrate: conifer wood, occasionally hardwood substrates
Conservation Status: Not of concern
It comes in two forms, one is dark orange or reddish orange and rather soft and produces asexual spores. The sexual form is usually watery gelatinous to firm, yellow, orange or reddish orange, sometimes with a short stipe and rather small and cushion-shaped, but sometimes forming larger confluent masses.