Cap: 1-7,5 cm across, first conical to hemispherical, later convex to plane and sometimes obtuse umbonate, smooth, if wet lubricous entirely whitish to cream, sometimes pink buff to dark pink buff, clay buff, pale gray yellow or cinnamon, especially in center, margin is incuved for a long time, even.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first whitish, later clay yellow brown, broad, narrow attached, edges are white floccose and with colorless droplets if young, later are lamellae brown spotted.
Spore print: brown
Spore: amygdaliform to citriform, weakly to moderately verrucose, 8,8-13,3 x 5,4-7,3 μm
Stem: 1-9 x 0,6-0,9 cm, cylindric, often with a small basal bulb, fragile, solid, young white and on entire length white powdered, later faintly browning from the base upward and little longitudinally fibrilose on the lower half.
Flesh: white to watery light brown, thin, odor is raphanoid, taste is bitter, raphanoid.
Habitat: gregarious in wet meadows or on lake shores among mosses near beech, oak, linden, hornbeam, hazel, poplar,willow, pine, spruce, fir, white dryas and birch, grows from summer to fall.
Remarks: similar with Hebeloma mesophaeum, which has elliptic spores, and with Hebeloma pusillum, which has bigger spores and are strongly verrucose.