Cap: 3-10 cm across, young conical, later convex to flattened and wavy, with a hump in the middle, weakly hygrophan, smooth, satiny, when moist medium to dark brown, when dry beige brown to grey brown, slightly grooved, margin inrolled, wavy, sharp.
Hymenophore: lamellae are young whitish, later pink to pink brown, broad, notched.
Spore print: brown pink
Spore: 5-7 angular, 8,2-9,8(10,6) x 7,1-8,6(10,1) μm
Stem: 5-10 x 1-1,5 cm, cylindrical, bent, thickened at the base, surface first white and with fibers, later or when bruised little staining.
Flesh: white, thin, taste and odor like flour.
Habitat: grouped or solitary in meadows, under fruit trees, forest edges, under bushes, grows from spring to early summer.
Edibility: conditionally edible, only when cooked
Remarks: this mushroom can be very variable from the form and cup color.