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Austin Archer, left, and his sister Lexi Archer found these two large morels among the approximately 100 they found while hunting with their parents Sam and Amy Archer on the family's Zanesfield area farm.



ABOVE: Gage Stevenson, son of Dawn and Jamie Stevenson of Quincy, shows off two of the smaller morel he found near Quincy. BELOW: Gage also located several larger morels in the grass.

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Jacob Hawley, 4, poses with a morel he found at the Hunstville home of his aunt Gail Hawley.



Jennifer Ganson-Bowman found this mushroom on the lawn of her DeGraff home.



This bag contains about half of the 75 mushrooms Audrey Giles found near her Quincy home on Monday. It was full by the end of the day's hunt.



Audrey Giles of Quincy took a photo of a mushroom she and friend Corinne Crawford found compared to the foot of Ms. Crawford's 5-month-old daughter Kinsley on Friday.



Marshall Trapp of DeGraff looks over some 300 mushrooms Tuesday at the Examiner office. Mr. Trapp said he found them while hunting recently at Mary Rutan Park.



This 8-inch yellow sponge is the largest Ray and Sherry Thomas have found to date.



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