Cap: 20-150 mm, oval when young, expanding to broadly convex or bell-shaped, sometimes with a curled up and or tattered margin; honey brown, tawny, amber, or sometimes paler; becoming paler with age, especially towards the margin; buttons covered with mica-like granules which frequently wash off with rain or dew; the margin lined or grooved, usually halfway towards the center or more.
Delicate and pale, becoming black.
40mm-80mm long x 2mm-4mm. Hollow. When young, covered with stiff, fine hairs which give it a silky appearance.
Grows on plant material/manure
Large, crowded groups grows on or near rotten tree stumps, especially those of deciduous varieties, in streets, yards, gardens and fields, common after good rains.