I found this growing out of a grassy patch near my home in New Westminster. It is cylindric cap shape. The margin looks lacerate, but could even be eroded. The surface is squarrose, and the veil is subperonate. The gills I’m unfortunately not able to see as I took this photo before our ID’ing lectures. The stem is central, and seems terete. I cannot see the bulb, but I expect it to be fustirorme or napiform because there’s nothing in the photo that indicates any sheating or the like. And the surface of the stem seems very different than that of the cap because it looks longitutinally striate. I think it’s Coprinus comatus using the book “Fungi from the Flora and Fauna of Coastal British Columbia” because it looks incredibly similar with the cap surface and shape.