Scientific name:Hebeloma fusipes Bres. 1892 Synonyms:Index Fungorum 01.06.2016: Hebelomatis fusipes (Bres.) Locq. 1979 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Quercus (Oak)d0d0
Cap: 2,4-5,5 cm across, hemispherical to campanulate or convex, later expanded with a broad umbo, sometimes irregular shaped, viscid, not hygrophanous, pale cream to pale pinkish buff with a pinkish buff or dark pinkish buff to clay buff center.
Hymenophore: lamellae are pale gray yellow, later becoming dark grayish buff or clay buff, narrow adnate to emarginate, broad, crowded, edge is same colored, without droplets.
Spore print: brown
Spore: broadly amygdalform to citriform, 11-14,6 x 6,5-8,7 μm
Stem: 4,4-7,7 x 0,5-1 cm, cylindric, base is widened 0,6-1,6 cm, base is also tapering and rooting, fibrillose, on apex little pruinose, whitish to pale cream or pale pinkish buff, in age on base discolored to clay buff, cinnamon or dark.
Flesh: whitish, in stem discoloring, on base clay buff to dark, elastic, in stem solid, odorless, taste is aromatic, mild or little bitter.
Habitat: in rich deciduous forests on calcareous soil under oak.