Gliophorus laetus Syn: Hydrophorus laetus
The cap of is pale tawny-brown, slimy, faintly lined at the margin. The stem is pale yellow tinged with the same cap color, very slimy. The flesh is thin, tawny and more yellowish in the stem which soon becomes hollow. The smell is not highly distinctive, but may be fishy or skunk-like. Its preferred habitat is areas of moss or lawns and meadows during wet weather in late autumn.
The gills extend slightly down the stem, widely spaced but connected by veins, whitish to flesh-colored.
The spore print is white, broadly ellipsoid.