This is the only picture I could get that is post-worthy, but I can add more.
Upper side was clean white and curved, not feathery, hirsute or with depressions. There were about three that were solitary and 2 groups of two together.
Growing off mossy soil in douglas-fir/bay laurel forest on a steep, shaded slope
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