Growing under Alnus rubra.
UBC Coll.no: F16602
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with its pale, tan peridium and dirty yellow, marbled interior. Contrast this with more mature specimens shown here:
The Trappe Truffle book shows Alpova diplophloeus at maturity. It also has a very nice description of young material like this.
“North American Truffles”, page 20.