Cap: 3-12 cm; convex, sometimes with a slight central bump, becoming broadly convex, broadly bell-shaped, or nearly flat; becoming thin and fragile; bald; sticky when fresh; tan to pale yellow-brown or pale grayish brown, fading and drying out to grayish or almost whitish; the margin faintly lined, at least by maturity.
Gills: Attached to the stem; close or nearly distant; white at first, becoming pink with maturity.
Stem: 4-10 cm long; 6-12 mm thick; more or less equal; fairly dry; bald, or very finely hairy at the apex; whitish; becoming hollow; basal mycelium white.
Flesh: Thin; fragile; whitish to very pale tan; unchanging when sliced.
Odor and Taste: Not distinctive, or mealy.
Chemical Reactions: KOH on cap surface negative.
Spore Print: Pink.
Microscopic Features: Spores 8-11 × 5-8 µ; 5- to 8-sided; heterodiametric; smooth; inamyloid. Hymenial cystidia absent. Pileipellis a thin ixocutis of hyaline, non-encrusted elements. Clamp connections present.