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Caps saddle-like to markedly convoluted [false morels]

Overview

 

The fruitbody of a fungus in this sub-group may have a simple saddle-like form, look like a distorted saddle or be highly convoluted, with numerous smooth folds (and so almost brain-like in appearance).  A convoluted cap may be roughly spherical or irregular with one or more protruding lobes.

 

Various species with such fruitbodies are referred to as false morels.

 

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Gyromitra sp. (False morel)

Gyromitra sp.
Gyromitra sp.

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