Shrink list ... Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 0,5-1,2 cm, across, first cylindric ovoid, then campanulate to plane, young covered with a white, finely hairy wooolly veil on a creamy colored background, soon glabrous and mouse gray with an ocher disc, furrowed like a parachute as far as the disc, sparsely white powdered, not deliquescent.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first whitish, later gray brown to brown black, broad, broadly adnate, edges are smooth, whitish.
Spore print: black
Spore: elliptic, 7,2-8,9(9,7) x 4,1-5,2 μm
Stem: 3-5 x 0,1-0,2 cm, cylindric, bent, fragile, translucent white, young powdered with the whitish veil, old glabrous, sometimes pale ocher.
Flesh: gray white, thin, odorless, taste is mild.
Habitat: cespitose to sometimes clustered in large troops in forests, parks, gardens, on paths, on burried wood and roots, grows from spring to fall.
Remarks: similar with Psathyrella pygmaea, which has smaller spores.