Notes: For sale at gift shop, will not decompose, though certain lichens may eventually make their way in. Most appear to be a cross between Amanita muscaria and a Boletus edulis. The one I almost bought, only $5, appeared much more like Leccinum aurantiacum.
And to answer the question everyone has on their mind, no you cannot eat it.
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