Pileus: 1.5-3.5 cm broad, rounded, becoming broadly convex to nearly plane; margin becoming translucent-striate; surface moist, smooth, gray-brown to gray to grayish white often darken in towards the center; often developing darker tones where it has dried; flesh thick, reviving after being dried; odor and taste mild. Cap becoming distinctly wavy in age.
Lamellae: Adnexed to nearly free, subdistant to distant, interspersed with 1-2 series of lamellulae. May be lightly intervenose; color similar to cap, but typically a bit lighter.
Stipe: 2-5 cm tall, 2-6 mm thick, equal, can be compressed, tough, whitish to pale grayish, the base with short hairs (tomentose); veil absent.
Spore print: White.