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Morel mushrooms. Yellow morels (Morchella esculenta) growing in front of seedlings of jewelweed (Impatiens capensis). Yellow morel mushrooms are prized as a foodstuff. Morels are found in woods during spring, in North America, Europe, China and parts of Asia. Jewelweed is a North American plant which is used as a natural remedy for the effects of poison ivy and insect bites. Photographed in Tennessee, USA.
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