Morchella punctipes
Coll. 2006-05-14
Coll. 2006-05-14
© R. Lebeuf

Morchella punctipes Peck, Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, 30 (2): 99 (1903).

 

Basionym Morchella punctipes Peck, Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, 30 (2): 99 (1903).

Diagnosis Ascomate conical, subacute, free to the middle, longitudinally ribbed, the costae sparingly branched toward the margin, connected by transverse veins, pallid with the edges blackish in the dried specimens ; stem hollow, swollen toward the base, minutely squamulose or furfuraceous, whitish; asci cylindric, 8-spored ; spores elliptic, even, 20-30 µ long, 14-18 µ broad.
Ascomate 1.5-2.5 cm. long; stem 7-10 cm. long, 1-2 cm. thick.

Type ex herb. Peck NYS-F2511 - holotypus ; 05020502 (F) - epitypus

MycoBank 152464

 

Literature
Kuo M., Dewsbury D.R., O’Donnell K., Carter M.C., Rehner S.A., Moore J.D., Moncalvo J.M., Canfield S.A., Stephenson S.L., Methven A.S., Volk T.J. 2012. Taxonomic revision of true morels (Morchella) in Canada and the United States. Mycologia, 104 (5): 1159-1177. 
Peck C.H. 1903. New Species of Fungi. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 30 (2): 95-101. 
Richard F., Bellanger J.M., Clowez P., Hansen K., O'Donnell K., Urban A., Sauve M., Courtecuisse R., Moreau P.A. 2015. True morels (Morchella, Pezizales) of Europe and North America: evolutionary relationships inferred from multilocus data and a unified taxonomy. Mycologia, 107 (2): 359-382. 


Classification Morchellaceae, Morchella


CreatedDate 24.03.2018.

UpdatedDate 24.03.2018.

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