Observation 202352: Morchella populiphila M.Kuo, M.C.Carter & J.D.Moore
When: 2015-04-04
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing with black cottonwood.

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Used references: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/morchella_punctipes.html “The half-free morels, Morchella punctipes and Morchella populiphila, have caps that are attached about halfway down the stem, creating a substantial overhang where the margin of the cap hangs around the stem. Though the two species cannot be separated on the basis of their physical features, they are separated by geography; Morchella punctipes appears in hardwood forests from the Great Plains eastward, while Morchella populiphila appears under black cottonwoods in northwestern North America.”

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