Cap: 2-13 cm across, hemispherical to conical or campanulate when young, later convex to plane and often slightly umbonate, cream white, creamy or weak ocher, young and if wet very slimy sticky, margin is wavy.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first light flesh pink, then pink brownish to milk cofee brown, close, thin, on stem notched, margin is young covered with small droplets, which later leave brown spots.
Spore print: rust brown
Spore: amygdaliform, fine verrucose, 9-13 x 5,5-7,5 μm
Stem: 5-12 x 1-2,5 cm, cylindric, apex is white scaled and covered with small droplets, down whitish fibrous, in age brownish, full.
Flesh: white, compact, odor is radish-like, taste is slightly bitter radish like.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in pine forests, under cedar, chestnut and cistus, grows from summer to fall.