Observation 97735: Melanogaster tuberiformis Corda
When: 2012-06-13
Herbarium specimen reported

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1.5 cm across, pale yellowish veining between dark gleba, slight odor (was still young)
Spores 10-15x 6-9 µm; dark brown in KOH.

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Recognized by sight: peridium dark brown and thick; gleba black, gelatinous, with pale veins; like marbled tar.
Used references: Little Trappe Truffle Book
Based on microscopic features: spores thick-walled with truncate ends; can be ellipsoid (like these) or more rounded (like those shown in the little Trappe Truffle book).

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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