Notes: Three substantial, but old morels found in wood chips. The wood chips were reported as being hemlock from one of the local nurseries.
Cap: 7-8.5 cm tall and 5.5-7 cm wide; bluntly conical heading towards egg-shaped in one specimen; ridges appear slightly darker than the pits; apparently bald; not obviously ladder-like; attachment to stipe at least suggestive of small grove in all cases; hollow.
Stem: 8.5-10 cm high and 2-5 cm wide; swollen base in all specimens; whitish to pale brownish; two specimens with reddish areas; bald; folds and channels present; hollow.
Odor: A bit funky due to age.
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