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I am no expert, but I believe that is a morrel. You can find them around dead elm trees a lot of times.
 

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that is indeed a black morel. can be found around tulip poplar and old apple trees from mid-april til early may.
 

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HammerDown15 said:
Nope not a morel. If you find these just let em be and let me know where you saw it
That's what I was thinkin!!
 

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The three of us will taste test them if you are unsure
 

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Make that 4 of us. Never can be too sure when it comes to morels. Just sayin'.
 

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I don't want you guys getting sick. Please tell where you found this and I will taste test first to ensure everyones saftey. I'll send pics.
 

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Not only can I tell you where I found it....I'll go as far as show you where it is....now how is that for being a good sport!

 

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could be a Aleuria rhenana (orange peel fungus) or even a Aleuria aurantia ...hard to tell in that photo however
 
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