Cap: 1-7,5 cm across, convex to expanded, with or without low broad umbo, smooth or rugose, viscid, hygrophanous, dark brick, clay buff, yellowish brown, light gray yellow colors, in center darker, against margin paler to whitish, marginal zone is with or without veil remnants, margin is sometimes finely pubescent.
Hymenophore: lamellae are clay buff, narrow to medium broad, emarginate to narrow attached, crowded, margin is whitish, without droplets.
Spore print: brown
Spore: amygdaliform, 7-14 x 4,7-8,2 μm
Stem: 2,5-8,5 x 0,3-1,4 cm, cylindric, toward the base widened, rooting, pruinose to floccose, whitish, below discoloring to brown, rooting part is long up to 12 cm.
Flesh: whitish, sometimes in stem brownish, elastic, often watery and hygrophanous, odor is weak and pleasant, sometimes like cocoa or soap, never raphanoid, taste is sometimes later bitter.
Habitat: usually gregarious in hardwood and coniferous forests, on old burned places, on nutrient rich soil, grows from summer to fall.