Bruce, Steve, Andy and myself visited Ogden Water again after the snow had melted, which revealed the masses of Pithya vulgaris  on the recycled Fir trees at the reservoir edge. There were hundreds of them, all of various sizes ranging from tiny smooth dots, to these mature convoluted ones below.
Fir Disco (Pithya vulgaris), above and below.

Beech Woodwart (Hypoxylon fragiforme), above and below.

Crystal Brain (Exidia nucleata), in the above three photographs. Thanks to Mal Greaves for the identification.

Wrinkled Crust (Phlebia radiata).

Immature Silverleaf Fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum).

Silverleaf Fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum).

 Mature Silverleaf Fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum).

Dead Man’s Fingers (Xylaria polymorpha), above and below.