Observation 92769: Morchella “mel-8”
When: 2003-04-05
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Two of these photos are in Michael Kuo’s book “Morels” (2005) page 183.
Herbarium # F 02200306

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One week earlier than the top two photos

Proposed Names

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Used references: Michael Kuo, Damon R. Dewsbury, Kerry O’Donnell, M. Carol Carter, Stephen A. Rehner, John David Moore, Jean-Marc Moncalvo, Stephen A. Canfield, Steven L. Stephenson, Andrew Methven and Thomas J. Volk. 2012. Taxonomic revision of true morels (Morchella) in Canada and the United States. Mycologia April 2012, doi: 10.3852/11-375
http://www.mycologia.org/...
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Two trees and ashes
By: Darvin DeShazer (darv)
2012-04-15 10:48:37 EDT (-0400)

A quote from the Ecology section of the Supplemental Data from the Morel Mycologia article above.

“they grow under the drip line of incense cedar in an old apple orchard. I planted the cedars 15 years ago when they were only three inches tall. Roots of an old, living apple tree are also in the same area. The trunk of the tree is within fifteen feet of the morels. . . . Absolutely no fires since I have lived here, but I have spread fireplace ashes in the area, under the apple trees”

Nearby trees
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2012-04-15 03:10:52 EDT (-0400)

What trees were nearby?

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