Cap: 4-10 cm across, young hemispherical, soon convex to flattened, middle is weakly bumped or dented, if wet weak greasy and shiny, if dry dull, lemon to ocher yellow, middle little darker, young covered with white warts, old smooth or with only few warts, margin is sharp and striate.
Hymenophore: lamellae are white, broad, free
Spore print: white
Spore: subglobose to broadly elliptical, hyaline, smooth, 8,9-11 x 6,8-7,8(8,7)μm
Stem: 6-10 x 0,6-1 cm, cylindrical, base often thicker or weak clavate, first full, later hollow, with a membranous partial veil, surface over the veil is smooth, white to light yellow, under the veil white, longitudinal fibred to weak flaked, base bulb whitish girded.
Flesh: white, under the cup skin yellowish, thin, no odor, taste is mild to nutty.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in hardwood and needle forests, on sandy soils, grows from summer to fall.
Remarks: similar with Amanita citrina, which is intensiv yellowish, and doesnt has disappeared veil rests.