pileus is smooth, continuous, somewhat viscid, margin incurved.
As the pileus elongates the stem does also, but more rapidly.
pileus fleshy, convex, glabrous, grayish-red or chestnut-color.
The pileus is convex to expanded, and depressed in the center.
pileus: In shape like above, varying in color from bright red to dull, subdued purplish, with a distinct bloom.
When the former, it is of the same consistency as the pileus.
The pileus is wood brown to fawn, clay color or isabelline color.
The pileus is six to ten lines broad and the stem is about one inch long.
In this genus the cap or pileus may be attached to the host by a central stem, or at one side, but most frequently upon its back.
The stem is cartilaginous and continuous with the pileus, but of a different texture.