Terfezia claveryi  Chatin (1892)                                                                         Collections: North Africa

This is one of the classic North African "Black Truffles". It is very similar to the most common species of the group Terfezia boudieri, but differs with its less ornamented spores, lacking distinct spikes.
Spores: 16-18 globose. Weak ornamentation made of flattened ridges

Irregularly shaped ascos with spores confusedly disposed inside