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That's cool.  Looks like a false morel. I've never found one before,  but have seen a lot of pictures of them.  Gyromitra esculenta can be deadly if eaten raw and still toxic if cooked.  

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Go to false mushrooms demystified and post this. doesn't look like eseulenta to me.  Most likely G. caroliniana. They will guide you properly.  Most likely edible with precancerous.  And maybe no toxins in this if cooked thoroughly.  Get their advice. 

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