Cap: 1,5-3,5 cm across, first hemispherical, later convex to conical or campanulate, eventually plane and usually umbonate, viscid to slimy, clay buff to cinnamon, yellow brown or umber in center, outwards clay buff to pink buff, toward the margin pale cream to cream or pale pink buff, often with loose remnants of universal veil, margin is even and acute, joined to the stem by a whitish filamentous cortina if very young.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first pale pink, later gray to pale pink, narrow, ascending and narrow attached with a small decurrent tooth, edges are white floccose.
Spore print: brown
Spore: elliptic, weak verrucose, 7,4-11,8 x 4,4-6,8 μm, Q 1,6-2
Stem: 2,5-6 x 0,2-0,5 cm, cylindric, young solid, old hollow, flexible, longitudinally whitish fibrillose, later little olive browning from the base upward and dingy beige to brownish fibrillose, sometimes with a fugacious annular zone.
Flesh: light gray brown, thick, odor is faintly raphanoid, taste is bitter, raphanoid.
Habitat: usually gregarious to cespitose, in hardwood and coniferous forests, in parks under spruce, also under various hardwoods, such as birch, willow, beech, poplar, oak and linden, grows from may to december, but mostly in fall.
Remarks: similar with Hebeloma collariatum, which has also elliptic spores, but are more bigger.