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Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by solst, Apr 17, 2016.
The first one is obviously a true morel, probably Morchella importuna, which is the most common variety found in landscape settings; and this is the season for morels. I'm not familiar with the second group of mushrooms; it would be helpful to see the colour of the top of the cap along with a spore print. However, it is pretty distinctive; someone may be able to identify it from the photos provided.
Thank you. I went to pick the morels up immediately ha ha.
The second one may be Coprinus. I'm not too good with 'shrooms though.
The spore print. Looks black to me. I think this is the same mushroom. It only lasts a day or two.