|Forma||Globular sometimes even flattened, irregular.|
|Size||Ranges from the size of a pea to that of a tennis ball.|
|Peridium||Smooth with variable yellow-pale yellow, pale gray, ochraceous color with red-brown flecks with a slight down that disappears when ripe.|
|Gleba||It is whitish in color when unripe while at maturity purplish-brown with coarse very branched red-brown veins.|
|Spores||Rounded and reticulated small yellow-brown meshes are found within the axils in numbers from 1 to 4.|
|Scent||Strong and garlicky.|
|Ripening||January to April.|
|Habitat||Prefers loose, sandy soils such as those in coastal pine forests where it can also reach considerable size, but also limestone-clay soils in hills. It is also found in soils with a slightly acidic to alkaline reaction (Ph. 6.5 / 8.2), from sea level to 1000 meters above sea level.|
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