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Morchella elata
Morchella elata
Black Morel
Photographer: Dr. Amadej Trnkoczy

ID: 0000 0000 0912 1363 (2012-09-27)

Copyright © 2012 Dr. Amadej Trnkoczy

  • date of photo  Jun 6, 2012
  • latitude 46.34617   longitude 13.98611     View on Google Maps.
  • location   Pokljuka flats, next to the road from Mrzli studenec to Bohinj, East Julian Alps (Gorenjska, Slovenia)
  • notes   Slo.: visoki smrček - Habitat: Road side, ruderal terrain, Picea abies forest around, flat terrain, quite humid and shady place, exposed to direct rain, average precipitations 2.000-2.600 mm/year, average temperature 4-6 deg C, elevation 1.200 m (3.950 feet), alpine phytogeographical region. - Substratum: soil with lot of raw humus. - Comments: Growing scattered, a few of them found. Fruit body diameter up to 3 cm and 8 cm tall. Smell and taste mild, pleasant. - Ref.: (1) Personal communication with Mr.Bojan Rot, (2) R.Phillips, Mushrooms, Macmillan (2006), p 357. (3) S.Buczacki, Collins Fungi Guide, Collins (2012), p 600.
  • camera   Nikon D700 / Nikkor Micro 105mm/f2.8
  • contributor's ID #  Bot_627/2012_DSC3968
  • photo category: Fungi - fungi

  • common names   Black Morel (photographer)
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