Scientific name:Hebeloma cylindrosporum Romagn. 1965 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 01.06.2016: Hebeloma cylindrosporum f. cylindrosporum Romagn. 1965 Hebeloma cylindrosporum f. pseudoradicatum (Bon) Migl. 1987 Hebeloma cylindrosporum var. cylindrosporum Romagn. 1965 Hebeloma cylindrosporum var. pseudoradicatum Bon 1979 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Pinus (Pine)
Cap: 1,5-6 cm across, first hemispherical, later convex to expanded, hardly umbonate, viscid, later dry and shiny, in center dark brick to orange brown, against margin clay buff, often distinctly bicolored, hygrophanous, when drying becoming clay buff, margin is sometimes finely crenulate.
Hymenophore: lamellae are clay buff to dark gray buff, later cinnamon, emarginate to narrow adnate, medium broad to fairly broad, crowded, edge is more paler, without droplets.
Spore print: brown
Spore: cylindric to narrow elliptic, 8-11,7 x 3,6-5,3 μm
Stem: 3-9 x 0,3-1 cm, cylindric, base is rooting, fibrillose, pruinose to flocculose, especially in upper part, whitish, turning dark grayish buff to clay buff, pale gray yellow or dark brown from the base, rooting part is mostly long 1 cm, sometimes also 5 cm.
Flesh: whitish, in wet grayish brownn, in base turning clay buff, odor is fruity like, without radish components, taste is little bitter, not radish like.
Habitat: on sandy, acid soil under pine, grows from august to november.