Public Description of Morchella brunnea M.Kuo

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Name: Morchella brunnea M.Kuo
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General Description:

According to Kuo et al. 2012: “Ridges glabrous or finely tomentose; dark
brown to nearly black, blackening with maturity and when dried; flattened when young but sometimes becoming sharpened or eroded with age. Pits primarily vertically elongated; finely tomentose; pale tan to brownish yellow. Stipe 20–35 mm high; 8–15 mm wide; more or less equal, or sometimes basally subclavate; finely mealy with whitish granules; whitish; developing fine ridges, or a few folds near the base, with maturity.”


Habitat:

According to Kuo et al. 2012: “Appearing under hardwoods, including A. menziesii and Quercus spp.; probably also to be expected in non-burned conifer forests; April. Specimens examined (SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE I) were collected in Oregon.”

Many specimens on MO that were DNA confirmed from California and Arizona occurred under conifers as Kuo expected.


Description author: Johannes Harnisch (Request Authorship Credit)
Description editor: Terri Clements/Donna Fulton


Created: 2012-04-17 03:22:30 EEST (+0300) by Johannes Harnisch (Johann Harnisch)
Last modified: 2017-06-10 21:51:53 EEST (+0300) by Terri Clements/Donna Fulton (pinonbistro)
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