Cap: 2-5 cm across, first hemispherical, later convex to plane, sometimes little umbonate, smooth, if wet lubricous, if dry satiny, yellow to ocher brown, ocher to cream colored toward the margin, margin is even and acute.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first whitish, later light brown, ascending and broadly attached, edges are white ciliate.
Spore print: rusty brown
Spore: amygdaliform, moderately verrucose, 10-12 x 5,5-7 μm
Stem: 2,5-5 x 0,6-1,6 cm, cylindric, flexible, hollow, base is little enlarged or sometimes rooting, whitish to cream colored if young, later browning from the base upward, apex is white pruinose, rest is longitudinally fibrillose to little appressed floccose squamose.
Flesh: creamy, thin, odor is faintly pleasant, taste is bitter, astringent.
Habitat: gregarious in and outside forests, in burned places, grows from summer to fall.
Remarks: similar with Hebeloma pseudoamarescens, which also grows on burned places, has little smaller spores and weak verrucose spores.