Observation 46334: Tuber P. Micheli ex F.H. Wigg.

Small Tuber species, associated with either Douglas-fir or Western hazel, less than 1 inch diameter; almost no venae externae, those which are visible are tiny and almost never meander far, often dots of white or circular.

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Recognized by sight: This is a relatively small Tuber species, locally abundant at Paul’s, under certain trees. Not widespread, and never reaches an inch in diameter: the dimensions of Tuber gibbosum. May be immature T. aniae, but that species is so infrequently identified, I hesitate to even suggest it until I have a professional mycologist examine the sporocarps. Easily found 20-30 of these, although seldom find more than 8-10 with any individual tree, and usuall less.

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