Fruiting body: 10-50 cm across and high, cuticle (peridium) is white to creamy white, smooth, fine velvety, deer leathery, little reticular, old green yellowish and if very old olive brown, papery, teared, without stem, can weight several kilograms.
Hymenophore: is inside, gleba is frst white, later yellow, if old it is dryed in spore print.
Spore print: brown
Spore: globose, fine verrucose, 3,5-5 μm
Flesh: gleba is first whitish, full, later sulfurous yellow to olive brown and olive green, then cotton powdery, subgleba is same color, poorly developed, odor is unpleasant, taste is mild.
Habitat: solitary or grouped in meadows and pastures, under bushes, on fat, on nutrient rich soils, grows from summer to fall.
Edibility: edible only young