Definition of Morchella conica
1. Noun. A morel whose pitted fertile body is attached to the stalk with little free skirt around it; the fertile body is grey when young and black in old age.
Group relationships: Family Morchellaceae, Morchellaceae
Generic synonyms: Morel
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Literary usage of Morchella conica
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1. The Canadian Record of Science by Natural History Society of Montreal (1903)
"Two years ago I found Morchella conica on the edge of a lawn in Sherbrooke, ... Morchella conica differs from esculenta, in having a cap shaped like a bent ..."
2. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1899)
"... in the following species; spores 8 to an ascus, 22— 24 x 12-14 /•<•• In sandy sheep pastures, Burlington (ZRJones), May 30. 2. Morchella conica Pers. ..."
3. Managing Forest Ecosystems to Conserve Fungus Diversity and Sustain Wild edited by David Pilz, Randy Molina (1998)
"Mushroom, the Journal of Wild Mushrooming. 13(46): 12-13. Duchesne, LC; Weber, MG 1993. High incidence of the edible morel Morchella conica in ..."
4. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1905)
"Pers. Pileus globose or elongated. A common species in open woods. Various collections by TH Macbride and B. Shimek. Iowa City. 5. Morchella conica Pers. ..."
5. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1905)
"Morchella conica Pers. Pileus conical; ribs longitudinally inclined. Closely related to the preceding. Not uncommon in open woods. Collected by TH Macbride ..."
6. Studies of American Fungi: Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, Etc by George Francis Atkinson (1900)
"Morchella conica Pers. Edible.—This species is very closely related to the preceding one, and is considered by some to be only a form of the ..."