A favorite morel indicator species in the Spring is Tricholoma vernaticum, the Cuke Trich. It is a large white mushroom with a distinct smell of cucumber. Note the evanescent ring on the lower stem. Smelling this mushroom is like a breath of spring – like the spring flowers and lilacs in the yard. Finding this in the woods is a delight and the distinct aroma is easily shared with others. All the literature I have says it is not an edible species.