Little known mushrooms - Purchatnica piaskowa (Pisolithus arhizus)


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    The mushroom does not have an educated hat. It is almost completely buried in the ground. When it is ripe, it protrudes slightly above the surface.  

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    The young fruiting body is very fleshy. It has a variety of variable shapes. It can be club-shaped or bulbous, spherical. It can be even several cm in diameter.  

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    The peridium or shell surrounding the fruiting body is single-layered, quite thin and smooth, sometimes with a hump at the top. The yellowish color later darkens to a brown color. The young fruiting body is marbled, the chambers form a characteristic pattern  

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    Occurrence: The fungus occurs singly, rarely in larger clusters. Prefers silica-rich sandy soils. He likes bright forests, forest paths and sometimes moors. It belongs to the very rare mushrooms.  

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