This mushroom was found in a grassy area beside the sidewalk near my home. It has a convex cap shape with an even margin. It has a warty cap surface, with a doubly flared partial veil ring. The gills seemed free in attachment, with a narrow breath and subdistantly shaped.The edges of the gills seemed even from what I remember (I couldn’t include all the pictures I took of this one here, so I’m working off some additional, somewhat blurry photos as well). The stem is central, round, and I’m not sure about the bulb as I didn’t pull it out. The surface of the stem seemed longitudinally striated. I used the book “Fungi from the Flora and Fauna of Coastal British Columbia” to confirm ID visually, but I knew when I saw this one what it was since it’s so famous.