Cap: 2-13,5 cm across, hemispherical to conical or campanulate when young, later convex to plane and often slightly umbonate, surface is young light ocher with whitish marginal zone, later cream beige to gray beige, in wet strong slimy, margin is even and acute.
Hymenophore: lamellae are cream colored when young, later gray pink to pink brown, broad, notched and broadly attached.
Spore print: brown
Spore: elliptical and finely verrucose, (9,5)10,4-12,4(13) x (5,5)6,5-7,5(7) μm
Stem: 6-11 x 0,6-1 cm, cylindrical, on base thicker 0,7-2,8 cm, fragile, solid when young, hollow when old, if young on apex with small droplets, whitish, unchanged or turning little yellowish to yellow brown in lower part, floccose.
Flesh: whitish, thick in the center of the cup, thin toward the margin, odor strongly raphanoid, taste mild.
Habitat: gregarious on bare soil and among litter under broadleaved trees and conifer, under pine, spruce, fir, birch, beech, poplar, oak, linden, dryas and willow, grows from late summer to fall.