Morchella tomentosa
Coll. 2019-06-25
Coll. 2019-06-25
© J. Plischke
Coll. 2015-06-16
Coll. 2015-06-16
© V. Lekach

Morchella tomentosa M. Kuo, Mycotaxon, 105: 441 (2008).


Basionym Morchella tomentosa M. Kuo, Mycotaxon, 105: 441 (2008).

Diagnosis Ascomata (40)50-120 mm alta; capitulum subconicum vel subcylindricum vel ovoideum; costae tomentosae, canae vel atrae, interdum pallescens; hymenium atrum, interdum pallescens; stipes tomentosus, ater, interdum pallescens; pili 100-400 × 7-28 µm; bruni in 2% KOH.
Holotypus. Biotopium in silvis coniferibus incensis; 1,200 m. altitudinis; USA, in Montanaense, ad Mineral County; S. Engstrom col.; MDCP 06150405; specimen typicum in Herb. F. conservatum.

Type MDCP 06150405 (F) - holotypus

MycoBank 511840


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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.
Stefani F.O.P., Sokolski S., Wurtz T.L., Piché Y., Hamelin R.C., Fortin J.A., Bérubé J.A. 2010. Morchella tomentosa: a unique belowground structure and a new clade of morels. Mycologia, 102 (5): 1082-1088.

Classification Morchellaceae, Morchella

CreatedDate 07.02.2022.

UpdatedDate 07.02.2022.

Morchella tomentosa

 Typus  <1950  1950→1980  >1980

Detail der Sammlungen
[US] El Dorado County
Eldorado National Forest
16/06/2015, leg. V. Lekach

Source: Mushroom Observer
[US] Mt. Hood
Mount Hood National Forest
08/06/2018, leg. L. Bendlin

Source: Mushroom Observer