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with a membranous covering on the volva left on the cap, and to have to fragment(s) of the membranous volval layer left on the bulb margin. Perhaps, there would be such fragments in other specimens of the species.
It appears to have a thin membranous external layer and to have split through an internal layer along vertical cleavages. This suggests that the inner layer has elements (hyphae and inflated cells) with strongly vertical organization. That’s probably not a known species.