Cap 30-45 mm broad, convex or bell-shaped to broadly convex or plane, strongly rugulose to pitted-reticulate, glabrous, dry, ivory with a pale yellowish brown to yellow center or off-white overall. Gills adnexed, subdistant, broad, grayish orange becoming grayish brown in age.Stem 40-50 x 3-5 mm, gradually enlarged downward to a bulbous base, streaked, pubescent, off-white. SporeDeposit grayish brown. Edibility: not recommended.
Agrocybe retigera is frequently found scattered on lawns during the summer months. This species can be recognized by it rugulose (wrinkled) cap, which is at first convex, but then planar at maturity. This species tastes bitter and is not good to eat. Is: HA, MA, OA.