Loculate? (Small chambers within the glebs, when I blow the photo up, it looks like they may be present.)
Does the peridium easily separate from the gleba? That’s where the species epithet separabile comes from.
Texture of gleba: gelatinous? superball? soft? cheese-like?
I can see the spores, but can’t tell what size they are. Elaborate?
Nearby tree species? Were these all found in a clump or were they found individually in the same general area?
Sorry for all the questions, but Hysterangium is similar to Trappea and Destuntzia in general appearance. H. separabile is by far the most common species reported to date in B.C. But there’s reason to believe there are other species there too.