Scientific name:Hebeloma clavulipes Romagn. 1965 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 01.06.2016: Hebeloma clavulipes var. clavulipes Romagn. 1965 Hebeloma clavulipes var. hygrophanicum Bon 1994 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Betula (Birch)d0d0d0
, Picea (Spruce)d1d1d1
, Salix (Willow)d2d2
Cap: 1-3 cm across, first obtuse conical, later convex to plane, with a flat umbo, finely radially fibrillose, if wet lubricous, if dry dull to satiny, in center reddish brown, toward the margin paler to creamy, margin is even and acute, strongly inrolled and joined to the stem by a fibrillose cortina if young.
Hymenophore: lamelle are first creamy, later pink brown, broad, ascending and broadly attached and subdecurrent by a small tooth, edges are white floccose.
Spore print: red brown
Spore: amygdaliform, finely punctate, 10-14,2 x 6-7,2 μm
Stem: 2-4,3 x 0,2-0,3 cm, cylindric, base is clavate, flexible, young solid, old hollow, longitudinally fibrillose on an ocher background if young, later glabrescent and browning from the base upward.
Flesh: whitish to brown, thin, odor is raphanoid, taste is bitter.
Habitat: gregarious in hedges, along stream courses, under hardwoods or shrubs, grows from summer to fall.