This mushroom was found on the sidewalk growing between weed/small plants and other greenery (with other dead leaves). This mushroom was a gilled mushroom and the other morphological features are: Cap Shape-parabolic (half egg), Cap Margin-crenate (scalloped), Cap Surface Features-virgate (streaked), Partial Veil Features- stellate,
Attachment of Gills-adnate, Breadth of Gills-narrow, Gill Spacing-subdistant, Edges of Gills- eroded,
Location of Stem- central, Shapes of Stems- flexuous, Bulbs & Volvas- not really sure, Stem Surface- is pretty smooth like cap. I think this is a Panaeolina foenisecii mushroom b/c the morphology resembles to this species quite a bit.

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