Found in North Vancouver on the cut side of a big log. Biggest caps approx. 1 cm wide. Could it be what is described here: 'Two fairly distinct versions of Pseudohydnum gelatinosum occur in North America …. The other version has a stem that is less well developed, and typically fruits from the sides of logs or from standing trees, often in overlapping clusters; it appears in eastern North America.'? Pseudohydnum gelatinosum (MushroomExpert.Com) Seems to fit, except for eastern North America.