Scientific name:Hebeloma longicaudum (Pers.) P. Kumm. 1871 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 23.07.2013: Agaricus longicaudus Pers. 1801 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 3-5(10) cm across, conical to campanulate when young, later convex to plane with an obtuse umbo, surface light ocher with a whitish marginal zone when young, later creme-beige to gray-beige, strongly slimy when moist, margin even and incurved for a long time.
Hymenophore: pink-brown, narrow, notched and narrowly attached, edges are white floccose, by fresh with milky drops which leave bown red spots when drying.
Spore print: ocher brown
Spore: elliptical with warts, 10-12,9 x 5,8-7,5 μm
Stem: 3-5 x 1-2 cm, cylindrical, base sometimes clavate, solid when young, hollow when old, fragile, white-floccose surface.
Flesh: white, thick, odor strongly raphanoid, taste bitter.
Habitat: gregarious in rows or fairy-rings, rarely solitary in hardwood and coniferous forests, grows from late summer to fall.