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The classical Latin name, from , to eat, in allusion to the esculent nuts.
The Morchella deliciosa is highly esteemed as an esculent wherever eaten.
Root′-cap, a cap-like layer of cells at the tip of roots; Root′-crop, a crop of esculent roots, esp.
Additional plates, displaying other varieties of esculent mushrooms, may possibly be issued in the future.
It is generally cultivated on account of its serpent-like form, rather than for its value as an esculent.The Field and Garden Vegetables of America|Fearing Burr