Notes: I’ve seen these many times when hunting for Morchella elata in Wenatchee pine forests. These were fruiting beneath true pines as well(only millersylvania is West of the mountains). They are very conate when young and have large(about 8cm) caps when mature. White gills, long striations on cap and very iridescent mycelium at base and along the stalk. Can’t seem to narrow these down to specific species.
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