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Edible Spring Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest - Part 1 of 2
Spring mushrooms are starting to fruit in the Pacific Northwest now! The first Wrinkled thimble caps (Verpa bohemica) are pushing up around cottonwoods; if it is a riparian forest a bit later Blonde morels (Morchella americana) might grow, if you are very lucky! Laddered landscape morels (Morchella importuna) grace beauty bark and other suburban sites. Up in the mountains a wide range of morels await; “Naturals”, such as Snyder’s morel and Brown morel (Morchella snyderi & M. brunnea) and Fire morels such as the Exceptional morel (M. eximia), Luxuriant morel (M. exuberans), Sexy morel (M. sextelata), and Gray or Fuzzy foot morel (M. tomentosa) will follow, if the weather cooperates. Daniel will also share how to access burned area maps online that let you plan your burn morel forays. In addition, edible Spring corals and Puffballs will be presented. (Second part will cover Spring boletes, Oysters and other gilled mushrooms).

Apr 13, 2022 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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