Northeast Pa. 200 yards from the lackawanna River. 50 to 75ft above the river. Thick area behind my house, heavy ground cover in most areas so I imagine it would be considered thin canopy. 10 acre wood lot. Heavy brush, rose bushes, black berry. 4 wheeler trail and train tracks running on the backside of wood lot by river.ACEarcher said:What kind of habitat is this tree in? On the edge or in the woods, dense canopy or light, etc? What area of PA?
I grew up in Wayne Co. And used to find them in an old (very old) apple orchard on the property. I don't know if there was elms there or not. So now where I live there are not many old apple trees, so I'm trying to expand my knowledge of other trees to look for.waynectyhunter said:Please post if you find morels under Apple trees. I have looked under many, many apple trees without success. Also, I'm near clarks summit. This thread has been helpful with tree id. No morels yet but hopefully tomorrow.