Cup: 4-15 cm across, flat, compact, with thick flesh, center is depressed, whitish to gray whitish, little cracked and yellowing, often covered with earth rests, margin is thick, long dowrolled.
Himenio: lamellae are young pale flesh colored, later lilac gray, old chocolate brown, on stem free, very tight, narrow, edges are pale.
Esporas: elliptical, 5-6 x 4-5 μm
Pié: 3-6 x 1-3 cm, cylindric, hard, whitish, down little thinner, with a membranous ring, which is on over side striate, under it with 1-2 volva like bands, base is not bulbous.
Carne: white, if cut pink, odor is pleasant fugacious, odor is mild to nutty.
Hábitat: gregarius grouped in gardens, parks, on streets, on paths, grows from may to october.