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CAUTION: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

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Note the brainy looking texture of the cap on this false morel above.
- courtesy of Jenn Watt, Reporter for Haliburton Echo & Minden Times


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CAUTION: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

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Note the reddish brown texture and this "Beefsteak" false morel (above). - courtesy of Carl Dixon


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CAUTION: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

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Note the darkening, almost blackish color on the cap on this false morel. - courtesy of Matin Serrer, Ontario Canada

Caution: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

False Morels
Note the redish brown color on the caps on these false morels. Slight color variation then the other photos on this page. - photo courtesy of Don O. in Mattoon, Illinois.

Click on the images below showing a Gyromitra variety of the false morel for upclose shot - photo taken and contributed by Dean Werner in Wisconsin.

Gyromitra False Morel


Caution: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

For a closeup, click on the image below showing a Black Elfin Saddle variety of the false morel - photo taken and contributed by Jeff Duncan in California.

Black Elfin Saddle


Caution: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

For a closeup, click on the image below showing a variety of the false morel - photo taken and contributed by Len Landers.

False Morel


Caution: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

For a closeup, click on the image below showing the gyromitrin variety of the false morel - photo taken and contributed by Kimberly Palmisano.

False Morel


Caution: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

For a closeup, click on the image below showing the Verpa variety of the false morel - photo taken and contributed by Jill Lane in Snohomish County, WA.

False Morel


Caution: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

For a closeup, click on the image below showing the Bohemica Verpa variety of the false morel in nature - photo taken and contributed by Valerie Jasperson, in Oregon.

False Morel


For a closeup, click on the image below showing another disected Bohemica Verpa variety of the false morel in nature - photo taken and contributed by David Datema.

Photo courtesy of James Datema


Caution: this page contains various images of the False Morel which are extremely toxic and should not be ingested! Please check out the Identifying the False Morel page.

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