In many habitats where deciduous trees are present; under fruit trees and shrubs. Growing very rarely on rotten wood. It’s the northern forest morel. Fruiting when the trees open their leaves.
Honeycomb, generally conical; very variable in shape and size. Hollow cap, the cavity extending to the base of the stipe.
Englist name: Black Morel. Latin names: M. conica, M. septentrionalis, M. elata, M. angusticeps.
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