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www.farmanddairy.com/top-stories/morel-mushroom-hunting/325728.html

Mar 30, 2016 ... Before you hunt morels, know that there are poisonous “false” morels. Ohio State University Extension includes a photograph of the false morels in its fact sheet. While the mushroom's cap resembles the morel in texture (it looks wrinkled and spongy, but is more brain-like), the overall shape is not as distinct ...

traveltips.usatoday.com/morel-mushrooms-ohio-state-parks-4966.html

Of these, the morel is one of the first that you can collect in spring. The morel, which is also called the sponge mushroom because of its spongy cap, are most abundant from the first part of April to the first part of May in many Ohio State Parks. You must take great care when hunting morels, because there are some poisonous ...

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Ohio morel mushroom hunting. 14803 likes · 42 talking about this. a facebook for people interested in hunting morel mushrooms.

parks.ohiodnr.gov/mushroomhunting

Each spring, the fields and forest floors of Ohio's state parks are scoured by thousands of mushroom hunters. Depending on where you live, mid-April through May is prime mushroom time in Ohio, and while several species of Ohio mushrooms are fit for the dinner plate, the most passionately pursued is the morel . Many state ...

goneoutdoors.com/morel-mushroom-hunting-season-ohio-6667387.html

Morel mushrooms are a passion for many in the Midwest. Considered by many the greatest delicacy in the mushroom world after the black and white truffles of Europe, they are highly prized by ...

www.trails.com/how_7114_morel-mushrooms-ohio-state-parks.html

You never want to play around when eating wild mushrooms, as there are dangerous species. Step 3. Hunt in the spring, from roughly late March to the middle of May. Ohio's several morel species fruit at different times, and from year to year there will be temporal variation due to weather. Step 4. Note the weather.

www.morels.com/threads/ne-ohio-2017.94497

What are the odds? I don't know, but they have to be pretty high. Well, here's the pics from today IMG_0342.JPG IMG_0343.JPG IMG_0344.JPG IMG_0349.JPG In my estimation this has every right to be posted here as it's very likely (well, I'm positive about it) that these were Ohio morels that were relocated, ...

www.morels.com/threads/ohio-fall-2017.95444

Fall is here. Went out today in Franklin County and found the usual culprits. My Hi -rise chicken coop produced again and the Chickens were outside of...

ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-3303

The season for collecting wild mushrooms in Ohio for food begins in late March and early April when the first morel or sponge mushrooms are found. These choice edible ... There is an old saying, "There are old mushroom hunters and bold mushroom hunters, but there are no old, bold mushroom hunters." Obtain a copy of ...