I found this is another mushroom found in the grass off the sidewalk of a busy street. This mushroom seems to be a true grilled mushroom, since the gills look like individual units and do not cross. The cap shape seems to take the depressed shape, with an undulating cap margin, and smooth cap surface. The partial veil seems to be fibrillose. The gills seem to have uncinate attachment, with thick gills, ventricose breadth, subdistant spacing, and fimbriate edges. The stem looks central, with terete shape, and longitudinally striate surface. The volva is hard to differentiate in the picture since it is likely buried under the soil. This mushroom is likely part of the Pseudocraterellus genus, the species being P. undulates.