Latin name: Morchella conica
Habitat: Morels grow in spring in deciduous forests with haselnut trees, in orchards under apple trees, along the slopes of the river under Poplar and Ash trees.
Description: Morel has irregular, wrinkled hat, resembling a honeycomb. Their color varies from brownish to yellowish tones, and the grooves form recesses – alveole. The shape of the cap can be round to elongated and cone like. The stem is bumpy, and sometimes the whole mushroom all askew. Depending on the species, they grow 5 to 15 cm high. The whole fungus is hollow.