Cap: 2,2-5,5 cm across, first conical, later campanulate to convex, rarely plane, smooth, sometimes in places pitted, sometimes lubricous and shiny if wet, if dry dull, light ocher, with a little gray or pink tint in places, margin is incurved for a long time and sometimes crenate, whitish pruinose if young.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first light beige brown with a pink tint if young, later cinnamon brown, broad, narrow attached, sometimes with a long decurrent tooth, edges are finely white ciliate.
Spore print: brown
Spore: amygdaliform, weak verrucose, 8,5-12 x 5-6 μm
Stem: 4-7 x 0,5-1 cm, cylindric, sometimes little fusiform rooting, fragile, solid, if old hollow, young whitish, later browning from the base upward, longitudinally fibrillose, apex is white floccose.
Flesh: whitish, in center thick, against margin thin, odor is weakly pleasant, with a tea component, taste is bitter.
Habitat: in groups, rows or fairy rings under conifers, on calcareous soil, under larch and spruce, grows from summer to fall.