|Shape||Globular and irregular.|
|Size||Varies from those of a hazelnut to those of an orange.|
|Peridium||Minimally warty with smaller, flattened polygonal black warts.|
|Gleba||Pore-brown in color, traversed by numerous fine whitish veins.|
|Spores||Elliptical irregularly reticulate and honeycombed, clustered in pedunculated axils in number 1 to 3 of dark brown color.|
|Scent||Strong, garlicky odor.|
|Ripening||September to December.|
|Habitat||Lives in the same environments and with the same species of symbiont plants where Tuber Magnatum is collected.|
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