|October, by hedgerow along rural track near Yzeures sur Creuse.|
|October, on a rural track near Yzeures sur Creuse.|
Always in large groups, from early spring to the beginning of winter, on stumps in woodland or hedgerows. When young, very pale beige, sometimes pure white. As they age they become grey. Common. They disintegrate when touched. The bell shaped caps are 0.5 - 1.5 cm across. The gills are white, turning grey. The hollow, very fragile stems are white. It is smaller and paler than its lookalike C. micaceus. Edible, but not highly regarded.