|Shape||Oval and roundish.|
|Size||Slightly inferior to Tuber Aestivum.|
|Peridium||Warty black in color with poorly developed warts.|
|Gleba||Dark hazel to chocolate in color with numerous pale branched veins.|
|Spores||Widely honeycombed, with well-defined reticulum, clustered in asco up to 5 and have long, curved hooked papillae.|
|Scent||Pleasant and delicate.|
|Ripening||October to December.|
|Habitat||Prefers well-ventilated and drained structured clay-limestone soils, moist and little sun, but can also thrive in more compact soils but as long as free of prolonged waterlogging. It prefers constant temperatures, not tolerating large seasonal temperature fluctuations.|
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