Abundant in the boreal forest under poplars and willows. Less present in forests further south.
Brown, circovolute, wrinkled, with thin flesh, deposited on the stipe, a thin link connecting them. Margin free, entirely separate from the stipe.
Many pickers do not hesitate to eat this mushroom. However, it can cause the same intoxication as the False Morel, Gyromitra esculenta, although the gyromitrine level is much lower.
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