Cap: 2-6 cm across, young flatconvex with indented center, later infundibuliform, dull surface, wooly-velvety pressed, first cream white with ocker center, later ocher to orange brown stained, little sticky when wet, margin bent downward, when young slightly fringed.
Hymenophore: first cream white, later orange cream, broad, some decurrent, solitary forked.
Spore print: white
Spore: broad elliptic, 6,1-7,8 x 4,5-5,3 μm, ornament, with solitary warts and ribs, which are only sparsely net-like connected.
Stem: 1,5-4,5 x 0,3-1 cm, cylindrical, base often tapered, first full, later hollow, young surface pale cream and white veined, later with ocher to yellow stains.
Flesh: white, odor spicy, taste very acrid. Milk: white, later cream yellowish, acrid.
Habitat: gregarious in bogs, on damp wet places, among moss, by birch. Not common. Late summer-fall.
Remarks: similar with Lactarius pubescens, which stem is much thicker.