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The old saying goes, “you learn something new every day.” But here on MO it’s usually more than just one thing!
is October – December, depending on rains. As far as I know, M. rufobrunnea is the only taxon in Mexico. They like high elevation areas in ravines, but are also found at moderate elevations.
other instances of Morchella fruiting during October. I know that high-elevation burn-site morels typically fruit into October. But the surroundings (see photo) and the type of morel seen here appear to not be associated with a burn site.
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