Notes:
Growing in a hardwood forest. Stems rooting. Caps sticky. Spores finely roughened (bumpy). Spore measurements from Piximetre: (16.9) 17.7 – 21 (23.8) × (11) 11.1 – 12.5 (13.2) µm, Q = (1.4) 1.5 – 1.8 (2); N = 30, Me = 19.3 × 11.8 µm; Qe = 1.6
Individual spores: 17.67 × 11.79 µm, 18.81 × 11.97 µm, 19.62 × 11.38 µm, 19.73 × 11.98 µm, 18.80 × 11.24 µm, 17.93 × 11.91 µm, 20.69 × 12.09 µm, 19.91 × 13.23 µm, 17.80 × 11.76 µm, 19.14 × 12.38 µm, 17.72 × 10.95 µm, 18.68 × 11.18 µm, 21.93 × 11.17 µm, 20.26 × 11.52 µm, 18.52 × 12.21 µm, 17.55 × 12.30 µm, 17.04 × 11.06 µm, 18.46 × 11.70 µm, 21.03 × 12.53 µm, 18.75 × 11.04 µm, 23.81 × 12.93 µm, 23.51 × 12.37 µm, 18.80 × 11.89 µm, 18.17 × 11.30 µm, 19.99 × 13.14 µm, 19.44 × 11.08 µm, 19.43 × 11.80 µm, 16.86 × 12.44 µm, 18.26 × 10.95 µm, 20.19 × 11.20 µm

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Spores at 400x in NH4OH (2 drops), phloxine (1 drop) and congo red (1 drop).
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Pleurocystidium at 100x in NH4OH (2 drops), phloxine (1 drop) and congo red (1 drop).

Proposed Names

29% (1)
Recognized by sight
86% (1)
Used references: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/xeruloid.html
Petersen, R. H., & Hughes, K. W. (2010). The Xerula/Oudemansiella complex (Agaricales).
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Based on microscopic features: Roughened spores, spore size

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