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Types of Morels

Half-Free ​Morel​
Half-Free ​Morel​

The half-free morel is an excellent edible mushroom. It's completely hollow. It has a honeycombed cap with brownish black ridges and yellowish brown pits. The bottom half hangs free from the whitish stalk.

Morchella ​Conica​
Morchella ​Conica​

Morchella, the true morels, ... The old, widely applied name Morchella conica, featuring in many field guides and literature across several countries, ...

Morchella ​Costata​
Morchella ​Costata​

Morchella importuna is a black morel, which means that its ridges darken with maturity, its pits and ridges are primarily vertically oriented, and its cap is attached to the stem with a small but noticeable groove.

Morchella ​Elata​
Morchella ​Elata​

Morchella elata is a species of fungus in the family Morchellaceae. It is one of many related species commonly known as black morels, and until 2012 the name M. elata was broadly applied to black morels throughout the globe.

Morchella ​Pragensis​
Morchella ​Pragensis​

Morchella pragensis, commonly known as the Prague morel, is a species of ascomycete fungus in the family Morchellaceae.Found in Europe, it was described as new to science in 1952 by Czech mycologist František Smotlacha.

Morchella ​Rufobrunnea​
Morchella ​Rufobrunnea​

Morchella rufobrunnea, commonly known as the blushing morel, is a species of ascomycete fungus in the family Morchellaceae. A choice edible species, the fungus was originally described as new to science in 1998 by mycologists Gastón Guzmán and Fidel Tapia from collections made in Veracruz, Mexico.

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Yellow Morel​
Yellow Morel​

The yellow morel is a choice edible mushroom. It has a honeycombed cap with yellow to grayish to tan ridges and pits. It is completely hollow and grows in the spring.

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