Cap: 2-5,5 cm across, convex, in age expanded, viscid to slimy, somewhat hygrophanous or not, dark pinkish buff to clay buff or yellow brown, almost unicolored, margin is long decurved.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first pale buff pink, later dark pink buff to clay buff, without droplets, deep emarginate, broad, crowded.
Spore print: brown
Spore: amygdaliform to citriform, 10-13,8 x 5,9-8,1 μm
Stem: 2,8-8 x 0,6-1,3 cm, cylindric, base is widened to 1,2-1,7 cm, whitish, from the base discoloring to brown, finely pruinose, especially in the upper part.
Flesh: white or whitish, over lamellae with a gray brown zone, firm, very elastic, hollow, in stem with a hanging string, odor is radish like, taste is also radish like.
Habitat: on calcareous soils under oak, linden and hazel, grows from late summer to fall.