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Wrinkled Thimble-cap - Verpa bohemica
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Black Morel - Moschella elata


Black Morel - Moschella elata
Edibility: Good
Habitat: On the ground in coniferous woods, especially spruce; on sandy soil in mixed woods; associated with pines and poplars in recently burned areas.
Range: Throughout North America.
Season: April-May
Spore Color: N/A
Mushroom Shape: Morels and Other Club-shaped Mushrooms
Lookalikes: N/A
Description: Description: Black-ribbed. honeycombed cap on whitish talk. Cap: (2-4 cm) wide, (2-5 cm) high; elongate and narrowly conical; with dark gray to black longitudinal and radial ribs (sometimes irregular), and long, yellow-brown pits; attached to stalk at base; hollow. Stalk: 2-4" (5-10 cm) long, (2-4 cm) thick; whitish, granular to mealy; hollow. Spores: 24-28 x 12-14 u; elliptical, smooth, located in pits.
Keywords: Black, Morel
Date: 17.09.2003 01:34
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