Just in the last few days my son and I have found several variaties of slime moulds. Although I don't know the names of all of them I'm still searching for more and more. Normally slimes here come out en masse with rainfall but it's been extremely dry here this spring. Gray balls with reddish 'tufts' are Wolf's Milk (Lycogala ependrum) and Carnival Candy (Acryria denudata) both hanging out together. Yellow yuck is Dog Vomit (Fuligo septica) also called Scramble-egg Slime Hot pink 'blobs' is as of you un-ID'd by me The white and red 'balls on stalks' are varieties of Hemitrichia slime...I've seen these now in Yellow, Red, Orange, and White. As they age they'll spore or PUFF out of their goblets...resebling a martini glass with foam. The white slime tufts growing on the moss is a completely 'new' one for me. No idea what it's called. At a distance I'd thought it was a type of Coral Slime...but on closer inspection nothing alike in looks.