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I've been losing spots to development over the years and I was about to give up today. On my third small spot I ran onto these beauties, albeit a little old. Largest was 8-1/2". Found 35 around one tree in a 8 ' x 8' patch. Best find ever.  Many were in the 6" range.  I call them just yellow Morels, but I don't know if there is a large variety or not.


I started cutting them and then decided to go back to my truck and grab my camera.  These cut ones were found in the frame of this picture.  Tightest grouping I've ever found.


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That's listed as a synonym. So it's not used any more. M. ulmaria is a look alike in your area but can't be distinguished without microscopy.

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