Notes: Found among leaf litter from a White fir (Abies concolor), not native to this elevation. Within 4 feet of the trunk. Partially uncovered by animal activity, perhaps one of the many squirrels seen today. I was hoping this might be a truffle. Sectioning the egg proves otherwise. One of the reasons just because something is buried in the duff does not make it a truffle. These might be small scales on the egg, which could suggest Amanita smithiana or similar warted-cap Amanita.
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