Notes:
Under mixed hardwoods.

Spores minutely ornamented.

Images

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Basidia 400x
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Lamellar hyphae 400x
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Clamp connection in lamellar trama 400x
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Lamellar trama / hyphae 400x
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Pileus trama 400x
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Lamellar trama 400x
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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x
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Algae maybe, 400x
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Pileus cross section 40x
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Pileipellis cross section 100x
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Pileipellis cross section 400x
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Pileipellis clamp connection 400x
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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x
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Looks mighty interesting!
By: Emma Harrower (eharrower)
2013-08-03 14:28:15 BST (+0100)

I’ve been trying to figure out what it is using:
doi: 10.3852/mycologia.99.4.569 Mycologia July/August 2007 vol. 99 no. 4 569-585
and
Mycologia November/December 2002 vol. 94 no. 6 1059-1065.

The second is a red Tubaria from the neotropics that has warty spores that was transfered to Crepidotus based on molecular data. It’s not what yours is. I can’t figure out if your spores are warty enough. They seem half way between smooth and warty.