Fruiting body: 2-7 cm, first bladderlike and embedded in the ground, then irregularly star shaped, splitting into individualy lobes and breaking through the surface of the ground, hymenium is light gray ocher, undulating and tuberculate, outer surface is red brown and thickly set with long dark brown hairs.
Spore print: white-hyaline
Spore: narrow elliptic, with 2 drops, 30-35 x 14-15 μm
Flesh: whitish, relatively thick, fragile, without odor and taste.
Habitat: gregarious in tight clusters under cedar in gardens and park grounds, also under yew and in lawns, grows from april to may.