In a good year for mushrooms Chanterelles were a target for the menu on Wednesday, 27th August 2014. After years of finding mushrooms this example turned up – not before seen by us here nor anywhere.
The black eggs are …… ? There may be an answer at iSpot.
EDIT 30/08/2014: There are responses which indicate the black blob objects on the mushroom are a slime mold; iSpot likely belonging to the group Myxomycetes or plasmodial slime molds, possibly Leocarpus fragilis (1), (2), and elsewhere, astonishingly similar to Leocarpus: Trichia decipiens.
In 2012 I asked about ‘insect eggs’ in tree bark. Maybe that was a similar slime mold!
Keep checking this post to see if an answer emerges.