Three images. A truffle-like species which is unusual in that the spores form in a space around an infertile core. The core is believed to be highly in nutrients which is the reward for the mammal that finds, eats and disperses the species. In other truffle-like species virtually all the inside of the fungus contains fertile spore producing material.
Several images including close up of the pinkish brown spores caught up in the gills. Superficially like Cheimonophyllum candidissimum which has white spores and also like Crepidotus variabilis which has a watery texture and is not as furry with gills that quickly turn brown.
Several images including the tiny teeth on the underside. This species is Steccherinum ochraceum, could the database be updated to include it please. The upper surface is not actually green, that is an extensive algal growth.
This is Multiclavula mucida, please add to the database. This species was not the intended target of these images but is a good example of why you should look very closely when out hunting fungi. The two suspended clubs in the third image are attached to the wood beneath the Deconica horizontalis cap, not to the cap itself.