Pileus fleshy, convex, glabrous, grayish-red or chestnut-color.
The ligule is a distinct membrane and the nodes are glabrous.
The leaf-sheath is glabrous, with membranous margins and long hairs at the mouth.
The leaf-sheath is loose, glabrous, striate, margins not ciliate.
Nodes are glabrous and the lower nodes bear adventitious roots.
All the Poas otherwise like it are glabrous, and without the ridges.
glabrous herbs; leaves entire, sessile and simple (except in Menyanthes).
Differs from L. Badhami in glabrous pileus and larger spores.
Differs from C. confluens in glabrous stem, and from Marasmius erythropus in narrow, closely crowded gills.
Leaves of medium size, thin, five-lobed; glabrous except on the lower sides of the well-marked ribs where a few hairs show.
glabrous gla·brous (glā'brəs)
Having no hairs or projections, especially on body parts that normally have hair; smooth.