Notes: Morels are believed not to be native to New Zealand and most found are in urban habitats or on disturbed ground and are very rear. As yet I have not found one in 30 years of having an interest in fungi. So to my surprise twice this spring I have been sent photos to identify a mysterious fungi both of which have been found in beech forests. Other then recognizing it as a Morels I have no idea over species. So hoping some one will happen to recognise it!!
[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:06:52 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘tongorio northern circuit track, Mt Tongorio, New Zealnd’ to ‘Tongorio Northern Circuit Track, Mount Tongorio, New Zealand’
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is what we call it in Scandinavia too – and we don’t have that many confusing species here.
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