Arrhenia lobata - Sporulus 5 to 40 mm, rarely spherical, more often ovoid (with a narrower end attached to the substrate) and unilaterally (and not necessarily a means) attached and / or suspended (to / above the ground), or later adnate. Surface moist, smooth.
Plaques do not occur. In young fungi replaced by a smooth surface, quickly lenticular like Cantharellus or Merulius, consisting of radially arranged veins or slats with anastomoses, the same color or lighter than the surface of the fruiting body.
The stem, if present, is poorly marked, partly fertile or sterile (partly with or without spores) base.
Flesh is thin, the color of the fruiting surface, shining to dirt gray or mouse gray when drying. Taste and smell indistinguishable / non-characteristic.
Occurrence: in early spring, in wet, pubescent areas, in swamps, often in highlands and terrain hilly. Not uncommon, often in large groups, also around the base of the bulrushes and reeds. Reported in all parts of the UK, a single post in Ireland.