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False Morels

  • 12 Oct 2019 6:39 AM
    Reply # 7956987 on 4696829
    Anonymous

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  • 29 Mar 2017 11:48 AM
    Reply # 4700840 on 4696829
    Terri Clements (Administrator)

    Hi Duane,  See my posting from yesterday contrasting natural blacks and thimble morels:  https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1819551048366719&set=oa.1277255085726851&type=3  The Arizona Mushroom Forum run by Chris May, president of AMS, is a great place to see what people are finding.  I have foraged for black morels under poplar in the UP.  BTW the thimble morels are in the morel family and considered to be edible but boring--nothing like true morels.

  • 28 Mar 2017 6:00 PM
    Message # 4696829

    Reading the article on false morels reminded me of when I was a child in Indiana. We used to pick morels that looked a lot like the pictures of Verpa conica and verpa bohemica. I don't remember if the caps were attached or not. We called them peckerheads and ate them when no problems. Is there a true morel in the midwest that looks like these false morels?


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