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the shape of the “cap” is highly variable and can be roundish like in Morchella esculenta. Even the colours can be nearly the same shade. A main character to separate the “yellow morels” from the “black morels” are the longitudinal rips of the cap: Nearly straight in Morchella conica s.l., +/- in zig-zag in Morchella esculenta s.l.
but aren’t the FBs in the 1st picture different from those in the second? much less conical, for one.
until I saw the upright house! nice find.
Created: 2009-11-19 20:01:33 CET (+0100)
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