Observation 165408: Morchella elata Fr.
When: 2014-05-09
49.467° 75.466° 0m
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Morchella Elata Fr. Morchellaceae, Pezizales (Black Morel = Сморчок обыкновенный).
Cap is 2-3.5cm wide, 3-5cm high, elongate and narrowly conical, wrinkled, gray up to dark gray longitudinal and radial ribs and long brownish-yellow pits attached to stack. Flesh is brittle and hollow. Stalk 3-5 cm long and 1.5-2.5 cm thick, hollow, fluted with some soil at bottom. It grows mainly under aspen and birches inside pine-tree forest. Season: May. Edibility: delicious (boiling recommended cause sand).


Morchella Elata Fr. Black Morel. Сморчок_.jpg
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49.377306°"N”, 75.413088°"E”, 1066m

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