Observation 21214: Gyromitra gigas (Krombh.) Cooke

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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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same as below
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inverted color to show the shape and wrinkles….same specimens as above
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps
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Macro
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often growing partially buried in rotting ceder stumps

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Gyromitra montana
By: Paul Kroeger (kroeger)
2017-05-17 15:14:30 CDT (-0400)

Snow Morchels haven’t been documented in British Columbia by a voucher until a collection from Whistler Mountain May 06 2017. It would be great if voucher specimens of any more possible G.gigas, G.korfii or G.montana finds from BC could be preserved for UBC herbarium.

The ….
By: Johannes Harnisch (Johann Harnisch)
2009-05-25 17:03:53 CDT (-0400)

differs from Gyromitra esculenta in that the stalk is often almost as large as the head and almost tubular or with chambers….it also turns faintly (_almost debatably _) yellowish in KOH ….Gyromitra esculenta turns slightly pinkish…..and often smells stronger…

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