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Helvella from Hungary
József Vikár, 24-11-2022 18:46
Hello. I found this Helvella by my homeplace, under spruce (Picea). Honestly, I dont know which one is it, the stem is more grooved and the cap is more folded compared to the H. elastica, but the stem is more slender than by the H. crispa (at least seemingly). Unfortunately, I dont have a microscope, so I couldnt see the spores. My question that is it H. crispa, H. elastica or an another species entirely?

Best Regards:
József Vikár
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Mario Filippa, 29-11-2022 13:37
Re : Helvella from Hungary
Hello,

Helvella elastica is the best possible identification for these specimens, at least in the broad sense.

Regards

Mario Filippa