The Slime Mould Collective

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I found this on a dead and dry rotting beech trunk.  Approx 5 x 4cm with a thin membrane and filled with what looks like a translucent milky fluid, dry and squidgy to the touch; just like a giant zit.  
False puffball (Enteridium lycoperdon) which a bit of googling says is a slime mould has been suggested.  Would the experts here agree with that?  

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