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looks like there’s a subgleba, and it also looks big for a “pusilla” (it means “very small”), but Bovista pusilla has been interpreted in many different ways (no type collection, and a vague original description).
The rhizomorph looks very thick, could it still be Lycoperdon pyriforme?
From the subglebal portions visible in this photo, it certainly does not look like a Bovista.