Brown Roll-rim Paxillus involutus
Gill Pale ochre at first, the gills gradually turn brown as the fruiting body ages. Rusty spots appear, and if the gills are bruised they very rapidly turn rusty brown. Crowded gills are deeply decurrent.
Stem8 to 12mm in diameter and typically 6 to 12cm long (but nearly always curved), the stem is more or less parallel sided and light ochre at first, becoming chestnut brown with age or if bruised.
Spores Ellipsoidal, smooth, 7.5- 9 x 5-6 µm.
Spore print Sienna.