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The giant puffball (Calvatia gigantea, syn. Langermannia gigantea, Lycoperdon gigantea) is an easily identifiable meadow mushroom with extraordinarily large fruiting bodies from the mushroom family. It used to belong to the class or subclass of the abdominal fungi (Gastromycetes or Gastromycetidae), which, according to recent scientific findings, no longer have any taxonomic significance.

-Calvatia gigantea is the largest species of the puffball family and is also the most common species.

-Giant puffballs appear to rapidly pass into the inedible spore-producing stage after being exposed to a day or so of sunshine.

-The very largest specimens of the giant puffball ever reported were more than 150 cm in diameter, 45 cm high and would have weighed more than 100 kg when fresh.

-They grow and increase in size over a period of nearly two weeks before they reach maturity.

Calvatia gigantea is a well-known haemostatic agent and have long been used as wound dressings, either in powder form or sliced 3 cm thick. For this purpose, the fungus was often collected before battles.

Before the days of modern medicine, the puffball spores were used as a syptic powder to stop bleeding and even today in some places are thought to be effective in the treatment of certain disorders.

It is the main source of the antitumor mucoprotein calvacin, which is present in small amounts.

© Eric Smith (Magnavermis rex)

1. Growing

Growing Procedure

Calvatia gigantea development occurs around the fall months of the year. Puffballs occur in areas of sparse vegetation, such as fields, pastures, and wooded areas. Calvatia gigantea is widespread and locally common in areas of the north due to the favorable temperature zones. Calvatia gigantea is mycorrhizal. The fungus has a mutualistic association with the roots of the plant that it is using as a host.


Agar Culture Media: MYPA, MEA (+nitrogen resources e.G. Ammonium tartrate, Potassium nitrate, Urea, Glycine, Glutamine)
Containers for fruiting: Straw bales, mushroom bed, ready-made culture in the greenhouse
Biological efficiency: first flush 350-500 g per m2, second flush 3,5-4,5 kg per m2
Substrates: Rye Berries
PH: 6,0

Growing Characteristics

Base of growth with thick root-like strands of mycelium.




Temp °C
23-29 17,5
Relative Humidity %
Duration d
7 5-11
CO2 ppm
FAE per h
Light lux

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Natural Habitat

Calvatia gigantea grow from June to October mainly on meadows, pastures and sparse forests (loosened pine forests on rather dry sites). Characteristic sites are mainly old orchard meadows, where witch rings of ten or more meters in diameter have been observed.

Meadows, parks and forest edges, secondary decomposers, spring to summer.

2. Identification


-5-50 (100) cm Ø
-white when young, later browning
-up to 15 kg


glebal hymenium





olive brown (3-5.5 x 3-5 µm).

Danger of confusion

Bovistella utriformis, Vascellum pratense, Calvatia candida, Lycoperdon excipuliforme, Lycoperdon perlatum, Calvatia cyathiformis, Amanita phalloides var. alba

© Eric (eozkan)

3. Consuming


Calvatia gigantea is edible when young while the fruiting body is still firm and white, and is often sold in farmers’ markets.


-white inside when young
-later becoming greenish-yellow and dark brown




unpleasant, urin

Nutritional content

Each Calvatia gigantea fruiting body produces more than seven billion spores inside. Young specimens that are still white when cut are edible, but have only a slight flavor of their own. When sliced, they can be prepared similar to a Wiener Schnitzel. They are toxic to mammals when eaten raw. In the past, smoldering specimens were placed next to the hive in the apiary to keep the bees calm during beekeeping work. This fungus was also used as tinder.

4. Data med, edible

other names

Bulgarisch Гигантска пърхутка
Chinesisch (traditionell) 巨馬勃
Chinesisch (vereinfacht) 巨马勃
Deutsch Riesenbovist
Dänisch Kæmpe-Støvbold
Englisch giant puffball
Estnisch hiidmuna
Finnisch jättikuukunen
Französisch Vesse-de-loup géante
Litauisch Didysis kukurdvelkis
Magyar Óriás pöfeteg
Niederländisch Reuzenbovist
Norwegisch kjemperøyksopp
Polnisch Czasznica olbrzymia
Russisch Головач гигантский
Russisch Лангермания гигантская
Schwedisch jätteröksvamp
Slowakisch vatovec obrovský
Spanisch bejín grande
Tschechisch vatovec obrovský
Ukrainisch Порхавка гігантська
Wissenschaftl. Name Calvatia gigantea
Wissenschaftl. Name Langermannia gigantea
Wissenschaftl. Name Lycoperdon gigantea
Wissenschaftl. Name Lycoperdon giganteum

other names

Langermannia Gigantea, Riesenbovist, Riesenstäubling, Lycoperdon Giganteum, Clavatia Maxima, Lasiosphaera Gigantea, Bovista Gigantea

Kingdom Fungi

Division Basidiomycota
Class Agaricomycetes
Order Agaricales
Family Agaricaceae
Genus Calvatia
Species C. gigantea
Ecology Saprotrophic

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