Scientific name:Hebeloma fastibile (Pers.) P. Kumm. 1871 Synonyms:Index Fungorum 01.06.2016: Agaricus fastibilis Pers. 1801 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 2,5-6,5 cm across, first hemispherical, later convex to plane, undulating and not or only little umbonate, smooth, dull to satiny, light ocher brown, sometimes with a reddish tinge and entirely or partly with a whitish sheen, if wet lubricous, margin is incurved for a long time, acute and even to undulating, with a white sheen from the remnants of the veil for a long time.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first light ocher, later light reddish brown, floccose, without guttation drops or spots.
Spore print: olive brown
Spore: broadly elliptic to oval, almost smooth to mottled or finely verrrucose, 7,4-10,4 x 4,5-6,3 μm
Stem: 4-6,5 x 0,7-1,2 cm, cylindric, sometimes fusiform to clavate toward the base, solid, pithy hollow if old, longitudinally whitish fibrillose on a light brown background and with a fugacious annular zone on the upper third, apex is sparsely white pruinose, base is soon browning.
Flesh: whitish, thick in the center, thin toward the margin, odor is raphanoid, taste is bitter, raphanoid.
Habitat: gregarious to clustered under conifers, especially by spruce, on needle litter or among grasses, grows from summer to fall.