|Shape||Roundish, more or less globular sometimes irregular.|
|Size||Varies from a hazelnut to a large apple and may sometimes exceed 500/600 grams.|
|Peridium||Verrucose formed by small polygonal warts with depressed black-brownish or black-reddish tops.|
|Gleba||Purple-black, reddish-black, furrowed by dense, well-defined thin whitish veins.|
|Spores||Aculeate, brown ovoid, varying in number from 2 to 6 per asci.|
|Scent||Very delicate and pleasant.|
|Ripening||Mid-November to mid-March.|
|Habitat||Prefers moist, very calcareous, alkaline-responsive soils with Ph between 7.5 and 8.4, with the presence of skeleton (rock,pebbles and gravel) sunny, free of water stagnation, well aerated characterized by stable physical conditions.|
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