Notes: Woodchip mulch at marshy stormwater facility. Next to a sun-warmed metal wall, in the shade.
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But agreed that what I had was very likely. M. rufobrunnea
I just read in Fungi V4#2 (Spring 2011) pg. 17 that M. rufobrunnea is known for being able to fruit at almost any time of year… interesting…
In 35 years of collecting, I’ve found Morchella in October only once before. Must have been the perfect combination of moisture, substrate, and fungus.
Don’t find many Morchella fruiting in October. Was this an attempt (or a success) at cultivation?
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