Helvella crispa

Torus is formed of an irregular cap and stem. Cap has a saddle shape of two or three lobes, the surface is wavy and wrinkled, whitish ocher color, a the stem whitish color, longitudinally grooved, growing in late summer and autumn in the deciduous and coniferous forests, along roads.
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Specifications
Season Summer
Season Autumn
Habitat Conifers
Habitat Deciduous
Habitat Roadside
Cap Humped
Cap Funnel
Cap color White
Cap color Cream
Cap color Ocher
Stipe Grooved
Stipe color White
Base of stipe Cudgel
Aroma Neutral