Collection location: Tejon Ranch, Kern Co., California, USA [Click for map]
Growing in open sandy soil. Entire specimen loose, easily dislodged and then reburied in substrate.
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It could also be Gyrophragmium dunalii that is very near to the genus Agaricus , Montagnea arenaria is phylogenetically very near to Coprinus s.s. .
Spores are pretty different
Found one of these a couple of weeks ago growing out of sand, got the ID on it. Looks to be the same.