Pileus coriaceous, tough, repeatedly branched; the branches slender or filiform, tomentose.
Leaves of medium size; deep green above, lighter green and tomentose below.
Fronds one to several times pinnate, the lower surface hairy, or tomentose or powdery.
A useless weed, but very common in pasture and hay; forming tussocks, greyish-green, softly hairy (tomentose).
It is easily recognised by the uneven mixture of pink and ochraceous colors, and the very hairy or tomentose margin of the cap.
Crepidotus fulvotomentosus Pk., is a pretty species with a tomentose cap and tawny scales, usually occurring singly.
The species received its name from the tomentose, striate character of the stem.
tomentose: covered with fine hair, so matted together that particular hairs cannot be separated.
A tall-growing species with whitish, spiny stems, and simple three-lobed leaves that are tomentose on the under sides.