Bubble Pecica (Peziza vesiculosa)
- Department: Ascomycota (Ascomycetes)
- Subdivision: Pezizomycotina (Pesizomycotins)
- Class: Pezizomycetes (Pecicomycetes)
- Subclass: Pezizomycetidae
- Order: Pezizales
- Family: Pezizaceae
- Genus: Peziza (Pecitsa)
- Species: Peziza vesiculosa
Description: The fruit body in youth is vesicular, with a small hole, in old age it has the shape of a bowl with a repeatedly torn edge, 5 to 10, sometimes up to 15 cm in diameter. Inside is brown, outside is lighter, sticky.
It often grows in large groups, in such cases it is deformed. The pulp is tough, waxy, brittle. Has no smell and taste.
Distribution: Pecidae grows from late spring (from early June or late May) to October on fertilized soil in different forests, in gardens, on rotten deciduous wood (birch, aspen), in humid places, in groups and singly. It is especially common in the forest and outside on fertilized soil. It also grows on sawdust and even on dung heaps.
Similarities: Bladder petsitsa can be confused with other brown petsitsa: they are all edible.
Rating: The mushroom is tasteless.
Photo of the mushroom Pecica bubbly from the questions in recognition: