Observation 129854: Morchella elata group
When: 2009-11-21
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I think its a Morchella, but do not know the species. This specimen was in sphagnum peat moss and succulents, at sea level.

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Patrick
By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2013-03-05 17:04:06 GMT (+0000)

I see morels occasionally with no apparent association with trees. I get Morchella esculenta types in a burn site with blackberry being the biggest “shrub”. Also the wood mulch morels which I have seen a couple times are not associated with trees.

Interesting
By: Patrick Harvey (pg_harvey)
2013-03-05 15:42:08 GMT (+0000)

It is interesting because this is yet another place morels grow — they do seem to be ubiquitous.

Also, I have not heard of many that are NOT associated with trees, or any that grow on peat moss. Were there any larger trees or shrubs around, besides the small succulent plants?

Maybe the only interest
By: Carmelo López (Carmelo Lopez)
2013-03-05 10:23:14 GMT (+0000)

Maybe the only interest of this observation is corroborated that this species is also present in these latitudes.

really loves the plants it is growing with
By: Jonathan M
2013-03-05 04:14:37 GMT (+0000)

look like this morel is towering a miniature forest

Very nice!
By: Patrick Harvey (pg_harvey)
2013-03-05 03:05:45 GMT (+0000)

But I am not going quite that far for morels!

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