|Shape||Round and globular.|
|Size||Hazelnut to orange.|
|Peridium||Ferruginous black with reddish tinge with small flattened warts.|
|Gleba||Grayish-brown furrowed with broad white veins.|
|Spores||Ochre-colored aculeate, varying in number from 3 to 6 per asci.|
|Scent||It gives off a faint scent.|
|Ripening||January to March.|
|Habitat||It is a truffle with no special requirements that adapts to different soils and environments as long as they are free of water stagnation, ranging from the hills up to around 1,000 meters above sea level, often in the same collection areas as Tuber Melanosporum.|
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