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In France, the often circular spot near a tree (oak in this case) where no grass grows is called a brullée. The mycelium of the precious edible mushroom growing in the soil prevents grass or other plants from growing on the surface. Therefore, a brullée is indicative of places where truffles grow. Tuber Melanosporum belongs to the fairy ring forming mushroom species. Bauduen, France

In France, the often circular spot near a tree (oak in this case) where no grass grows is called a brullée. The mycelium of the precious edible mushroom growing in the soil prevents grass or other plants from growing on the surface. Therefore, a brullée is indicative of places where truffles grow. Tuber Melanosporum belongs to the fairy ring forming mushroom species. Bauduen, France Stock Photo
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Georg Berg / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

2HCGWEF

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140.1 MB (8.5 MB Compressed download)

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Dimensions:

8569 x 5713 px | 72.6 x 48.4 cm | 28.6 x 19 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

26 November 2021

Location:

D957, Bauduen, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France

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In France, the often circular spot near a tree (oak in this case) where no grass grows is called a brullée. The mycelium of the precious edible mushroom growing in the soil prevents grass or other plants from growing on the surface. Therefore, a brullée is indicative of places where truffles grow. Tuber Melanosporum belongs to the fairy ring forming mushroom species. Bauduen, France

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