Displayed at the truffle table by Adrian Beyerle at the Oregon Mycological Society’s Fall Mushroom Show. Notice the and still involved with the rhizomorphs which are clustered near the base of the fungus, as well as the peridium staining yellow. This is likely Rhizopogon occidentalis, typically found in sand dunes or well-drained soils associated with Lodgepole pine and rarely Ponderosa pine.
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