Morel Mushroom

 
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Well, I got a little mushroom fever seeing all the fall mushroom pics. I decided to post a photo of my favorite spring mushroom, the Morel. One of the finest eating mushrooms in the world. I'm already dreaming of next spring and hopefully a big crop of them. Thanks for looking, Don

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koghothy

wasim hussain - Apr 02, 2015 04:38 AM EDT
these are found in large amount in kashmir in rainy season they are called "koghothy" in local language of kashmir.
Guest - May 28, 2007 04:37 AM EDT
Beautiful color and texture. A very strange looking mushroom.
Guest - Sep 28, 2006 07:42 PM EDT
Nice find and capture Don. I like *domestic* mushrooms but have gotten ill even from eating and even just smelling wild mushrooms cooking. I like to find them on a hike tho.
Guest - Sep 28, 2006 07:39 PM EDT
Thats a great shot of a tasty little morsel,wish we had em around here.
Guest - Sep 28, 2006 07:34 PM EDT
Kind of looks like a sponge to me. Actually I really like mushrooms to eat, I always buy them at the grocery store. Nice photo! Carol
Guest - Sep 28, 2006 04:03 PM EDT
good capture, Don and interesting also. Have never seen a morel mushroom, nor have I tasted them, far as I know, but would like to, after reading your description as to how good they are : )
Guest - Sep 28, 2006 12:08 PM EDT
Thanks guys, Alan LOL, I think maybe you have been in the desert a little too long buddy. Haha, I can't find the beaver, I'll keep looking, :-) Don
Guest - Sep 28, 2006 11:57 AM EDT
It looks like a beaver with holes in it to me ROFL.. Really nice photo with a fun background.
Guest - Sep 28, 2006 11:20 AM EDT
Yes, morels are great eating, and interesting looking mushrooms. Nice photo. We don't find too many of them down here compared to what we found when I lived in Michigan.

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