This is another mushroom found in the grass off the siewalk of a busy street. When I found the mushroom, it already had holes in the cap. The cap shape seems to be parabolic , with appendiculate cap margins, and warty cap surface. The partial veil seems to have a single ring. The gills seem like attached ascendingly, with narrow breadth, average thickness, subdistant spacing, and even edges. The stem looks central and is terete shaped. The volva seems to be saccate, and the stem surface seems to be fibrous. Judging by the color, shape of the cap, and cap texture, this is likely Amanita muscaria of subspecies flavivolvata.