Scientific name:Hebeloma hetieri Boud. 1917 Synonyms:Species Fungorum 01.06.2016: Hebeloma sacchariolens var. tomentosum M.M. Moser 1970 Hebeloma tomentosum (M.M. Moser) Gröger & Zschiesch. 1981 Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected Trees: Alnus (Alder)
, Salix (Willow)d1d1
Cap: 1- 9 cm across, hemispherical to convex or campanulate, often expanded with broad, obtuse umbo, velutinate to densely scaly, often appearing from dark scalae on light ground punctate, almost dry, not hygrophanous, pale cream to cream or pale pinkish buff, toward center often warm buff to buff yellow, dark pinkish buff, grayish buff or clay buff, margin is if old upturned.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first cream, later grayish buff, narrow to broadly adnate or emarginate, broad, crowded, occasionally with distant anastomoses, margin is even or serrulate, edge is same colored, not fimbriate and with no droplets.
Spore print: brown
Spore: citriform, larger from 2 spored basidia, 11,1-16 x 6,1-9,2 μm
Stem: 3-11 x 0,3-1,7 cm, cylindric to clavate, base is sometimes pointed or even short rooting, fibrillose, on top finelly pruinose, whitish to pale cream becoming clay buff and striate, especially near the base.
Flesh: white or whitish, over the lamelle with clay buff zone, in stem solid, from base discoloring, odor is strong sweetish, taste is aromatic, later bitter.
Habitat: on moist or clayey ground, under willow and alder, also under other broadleaved trees, grows from summer to fall.