I used to hunt morels as a boy. Now I'm back in the midwest and I'm excited about morel season. Didn't find any last year, haven't found any this year. Half the time I'm trying to figure out what a damn elm tree looks like. I've downloaded and printed out all the identification charts and leaf charts and bark charts, but I just can't tell if what I'm looking at is an Elm. I can identify Oaks, Maples, Birches (or are they Aspen...?) and Weeping Willows. Anybody have any advice here? The only thing I could find in Winterset today were a lot of trees that seemed to have leaves that had a similar shape to the ones in the photos I downloaded, but they were almost invariably in clusters of three and had none of the trademark seed pod shapes dried or otherwise. Thoughts about what these might be? Any insights into other easy to identify habitat for morels would also be appreciated. Don't want to know your spot, just how to identify a spot that is likely to be good. Thanks.