Collection location: Sebastopol, Sonoma Co., California, USA [Click for map]
This is the first of the morels and it’s too young to identify. It is fruiting under Incense Cedar and I think it might be the RARE Taxon 7 in Michael Kuo’s book Morels (page 183). It could also be a landscape morel, Morchella rufobrunnea since it is fruiting in wood chips. I left it to mature!
3/8/07 – Reddish brown stains confirm the species to be landscape morels; Morchella rufobrunnea.
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