Morchella australiana sp. nov., an apparent Australian endemic from New South Wales and Victoria.

@article{Elliott2014MorchellaAS,
  title={Morchella australiana sp. nov., an apparent Australian endemic from New South Wales and Victoria.},
  author={Todd F. Elliott and Neale L. Bougher and Kerry O'Donnell and James M. Trappe},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={106 1},
  pages={
          113-8
        }
}
An abundant fruiting of a black morel was encountered in temperate northwestern New South Wales (NSW), Australia, during a mycological survey in Sep 2010. The site was west of the Great Dividing Range in a young, dry sclerophyll forest dominated by Eucalyptus and Callitris north of Coonabarabran in an area known as the Pilliga Scrub. Although the Pilliga Scrub is characterized by frequent and often large, intense wildfires, the site showed no sign of recent fire, which suggests this species is… CONTINUE READING

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