FrutingBody 20-45 mm broad, globose. Exoperidium thin, furfuraceous, white to gray or gray brown, becoming areolate in age and readily sloughing. Endoperidium thin, glabrous, shiny, bronze to yellowish brown, opening by a large irregular central pore (seldom more than one pore) through which the Spores are dispersed. Gleba white and chambered when young, becoming brown, powdery, and cottony at maturity. Spores brown. Edibility: edible when young with white gleba.