Definition of Early morel

1. Noun. Resembles a thimble on a finger; the surface of the fertile portion is folded into wrinkles that extend from the top down; fruiting begins in spring before the leaves are out on the trees.

Exact synonyms: Verpa Bohemica
Generic synonyms: Bell Morel, Verpa



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Literary usage of Early morel

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1. Sons and Lovers by David Herbert Lawrence (1922)
"But she hoped, by expecting him la to bring him early. Morel went down the entry to lo for him. Then he came back. " Goodness, man ! " she said. ..."

2. Income Opportunities in Special Forest Products: Self-Help Suggestions for by Margaret G. Thomas (1994)
"In May and June, Dahlke collects early morel mushrooms. As soon as the cones are dry, he collects sugar pine cones and ponderosa pine cones. ..."

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