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I don't think so Borealis. It's missing the white patches of universal veil remnants on the cap. Its possible that these could have been washed off by rain, but what I see in the photo does not suggest A. gemmata.
It is A. gemmata. I was there as Borealis says. There were several specimens. at first i tyhought it was a Stropharia and then noticed the vulva and saw the other specimens a foot away. they waere warty and are A. gemmata.