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Dude,  you come up with some of the most unique fungi.  I think that's a Cathrus Ruber. At first glance I thought maybe a deformed Clathlus Archeri, but I had to do a little checking in my book.  Didn't find it, so I did the walk of shame and googled Clathlus and the Ruber showed up 😬.  I've never seen one before.  👍🏼

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I wouldn't rule it out, yet, but  the Lysurus periphragmoides does have a stalk,  but i haven't found any with a taper like that.  I hope you get a positive ID. Do you have a good microscope? It wouldn't hurt to harvest some of that olive brown slime and have a close look 

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