Lycoperdon SubincarnatumLycoperdon subincarnatum
Peridium or Pouch - Globe-shaped, sessile, without a stem-like base. Rarely over one inch in diameter.
Bark or Outer Coat - Pinkish brown, with minute short, stout spinules, which fall away at maturity.
Inner Coat - Ash coloured. Deeply pitted by the falling off of the spinules of the outer coat, the pits not surrounded with dotted lines.
Columella - Present.
Subgleba - Small but distinct.
Spores and Capillitium - Spores round, minutely warted. Greenish yellow, then brownish olive. Threads long, simple, and transparent.
Time - August to October.
Habitat - Old trunks in woods.