Notes: Growing under Arizona cypress (Cupressus arizonica). This was well into wild country in the Coconino National Forest, with no man-made landscape mulch or bark chips in the vicinity.
No visible spore print in 24 hours.
I have kept a small air-dried fragment if anyone wishes to have it for a microscopy or DNA study.
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is morphologically distinct from all other morels by virtue of the fact that it bruises orange brown according to Kuo, http://www.mushroomexpert.com/morchella_rufobrunnea.html. Although it is in its own section it does seem to have some things in common with both black and yellow morels: vertically arranged pits/ridges at least when young like the former and pallid ridges and dark pits becoming more uniformly yellow to yellow brown in age like the latter.
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