Cap: 1,2-7 cm across, first hemispherical, later convex to plane, not or only little umbonate, smooth, litle lubricous, light ocher and whitish varnished if young, later reddish often spotted, margin is incurved for a long time and remaining whitish.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first pale gray brown, later ocher brown, with milky, opalescent droplets if fresh, broad, narrow attached, edges are white floccose.
Spore print: brown
Spore: elliptic to amygdaliform, weakly verrucose, 9-14,2 x 5,5-7,9 μm
Stem: 2-3,5 x 0,4-0,8 cm, cylindric, sometimes clavate up to 1,2 cm thick in the base, hollow, white fibrillose floccose on a beige brown background, apex is white powdered.
Flesh: whitish, thin, odor is faintly raphanoid, taste is bitter.
Habitat: gregarious to solitary at alpine elevations on dwarf shrub heaths, primarly on chalky soils, also on siliceus soils, among white dryas, Salix retusa or Salix herbacea, grows from summer to late summer.