Moroccan truffles: what species?

Garrock garrock at fastmail.ca.nospam
Wed Mar 20 04:30:14 EST 2002


Hello

probably tuber uncinatum which grow under cedar in the Atlas mountain in morocco.

"Daniel B. Wheeler" <dwheeler at ipns.com> a écrit dans le message news: 6dafee1b.0203181045.7bcc10b6 at posting.google.com...
> Just received a package of truffle from Morocco for experimentation
> and examination. Truffles have external veins over an off-white
> peridium with some grayish areas present. I'd describe them more as
> "dirty white" than gray.
>
> The aroma is fragrant and somewhat of beer (sorry, can't tell you
> _which_ beer, since I can't have much beer anymore).
>
> Has anyone heard of truffle from Morocco? What species might they be?
> Could these be a form of Terfezia? Or are they more likely
> Lespaultinia?
>
> Daniel B. Wheeler
> www.oregonwhitetruffles.com
>
>




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