Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Morchella esculenta (Phallus esculentus, Morchella conica var. angusticeps, Morchella esculenta subsp. esculenta, Morchella esculenta var. rotunda, Morchella esculenta var. umbrina, Morchella esculenta var. vulgaris, Morchella rotunda var. cinerea, Morchella rotunda var. esculenta, Phallus esculentus var. esculentus, Helvella esculenta, Morchella vulgaris var. alba, Morchella vulgaris var. alba, Morchella esculenta f. rotunda), Morchella esculenta f. alba, Morchella esculenta f. dunensis, Morchella esculenta f. esculenta, Morchella esculenta subsp. pubescens, Morchella esculenta var. abietina, Morchella esculenta var. albida, Morchella esculenta var. atrotomentosa, Morchella esculenta var. corrugata, Morchella esculenta var. crassipes, Morchella esculenta var. esculenta, Morchella esculenta var. fulva, Morchella esculenta var. grisea, Morchella esculenta var. lutescens, Morchella esculenta var. ovalis, Morchella esculenta var. prunarii, Morchella esculenta var. pubescens, Morchella esculenta var. rigida, Morchella esculenta var. stipitata, Morchella esculenta var. violacea, Morchella esculenta var. viridis
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Morchella esculenta Fr. Fr.
C0235493FE. Wade Davis et al.   1982-01-20
Peru, Cuzco, Urubamba, trail up Antakillqa hillside, between places called Hatun Samana (Llajllana) and K'enkopata, -13.38 -72.03, 3600 - 3900m

Louisiana State University, Bernard Lowy Mycological Herbarium


LSUM:Fungi
LSU00176341Bernard Lowy   
Peru, detailed locality information protected

LSUM:Fungi
Morchella esculenta Pers. ex St. Amans
LSU00176342Philip J. Barbour; K. S. Street   
Peru, detailed locality information protected


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Google Map

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