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Frequent contact topics (to save you some time):
I think I have found truffles
- Please look carefully at the photos on this web site, does what you have found look like them? Is the skin black in colour with pronounced, irregular "warts".
- Was it underground (or breaking the ground surface)?
- If it is white and growing above the ground, it is not a truffle - it is probably an Earthball - do not eat!
- If it is black and growing on an Ash, Beech or other tree (above the ground), it is not a truffle - it is probably a Cramp Ball or King Alfred's Cake - do not eat!
- The below is a type of plant gall - an abnormal growth on plant tissue usually caused by parasites. The most well known, "above ground" plant gall is the Oak Apple.
- If it matches the description / photos of truffles and was at least partially underground please email with:
- Some close-up photos with a common object (e.g. a coin) for scale.
- Your postcode (so we can look at the geology).
- Details of the nearest trees (species / approximate age or size).
- When you found it.
- The number you have found.
- The weight (individually and the total).
I am hoping to sell you my truffles (overseas)
Thank you but we do NOT buy overseas truffles focusing on English ones.
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The English Truffle Company
Unit 4 Hounsell Building
North Mills Trading Estate