My other guess for this is L. rubescens, but I don’t have enough experience with Leucogaster to make a definitive decision between the two. Specimen looks similar to photos of both in the M. Trappe truffle guide. Slight smaller spore size might suggest citrina over rubescens. Reddish-orange skin suggest rubescens.
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