The Black Fall Truffle (Tuber Uncinatum) is quite similar to the Black summer Truffle with more pleasing and intense odor.
The surface is characterized by brown pyramidal verrucae.
It has a strong, aromatic odor, but is distinguishable from the Black Summer Truffle when cut open, because the Gleba turn dark and the summer truffle has a yellow hue.
It grows in both sandy and clay soils, in broad-leaved forests, as well as pine forests.
The harvest is from September to December.