Cap: 1,5-7,5 cm across, first hemispherical, later convex to planoconvex, sometimes umbonate, smooth, if wet and young viscid creamy in center with light reddish to ocher tones, later light ocher brown with a flesh colored tinge, margin is incurved for a long time, acute and crenate.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first creamy, later increasing light brown to cinnamon brown, broad, notched and narrow attached, edges are white ciliate.
Spore print: brown
Spore: citriform to amygdaliform, weakly verrucose, 8,3-11 x 5,3-6,6 μm
Stem: 5-7 x 1-1,5 cm, cylindric, toward the base fusiform and sometimes rooting, rigid, solid, whitish, later discoloring increasing ocher brown from the base upward, apex is white floccose, fibrillose to floccose scaly below, scales are erect.
Flesh: whitish, thick in the center, thin toward the margin, odor is pleasant, sweety fruity, also with a cocoa component, taste is bitter.
Habitat: gregarious on calcareous soil in coniferous and hardwood forests, under drays, grows in fall.
Remarks: similar weith Hebeloma sinapizans, which odor is raphanoid.