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Acta Soc Adirondack Mountains adnexed Agaricus androsporangium annulus antheridium apex basal cell becoming broad Bulbochaete Bull campanulate cespitose Champ concolorous context white Cortinarius crowded cystidia darker decurrent Diameter of oogonium Dioecious disk DISTRIBUTION edges Epicr fibrillose filling oogonium floccose Fries fulvous Fung Fungi pl Gard gregarious HABITAT herb Hirn hollow hyaline hygrophanous Inocybe Jour lamellae adnate lamellae free Lepiota Leptonia moist Monoecious Murrill Mycologia N. Y. Bot N. Y. State Mus nannandrous nearly plane obtuse ochraceous odor Oedogonium oogonia oospore oospore globose paler pallid Peck Pileus convex Pileus fleshy Pileus thin PLATE Quél Sacc sinuate slightly solid spore-wall smooth spores ellipsoid stipe equal stipe slender striate stuffed subdistant suffultory cell surface dry surface glabrous Syll tapering upward thick Tiff Torrey Club Type collected TYPE LOCALITY umbo umbonate universal veil vegetative cell veil ventricose viscid volva whitish Wittr woods yellowish York
Page 276 - The work will be published in parts at irregular intervals, by the New York Botanical Garden, through the aid of the income of the David Lydig Fund bequeathed by Charles P. Daly. It is planned to issue parts as rapidly as they can be prepared, the extent of the work making it possible to commence publication at any number of points.
Page 144 - This work is designed to present descriptions of all plants growing, independent of cultivation, in North America, here taken to include Greenland, Central America, the Republic of Panama, and the West Indies, except Trinidad, Tobago, and Curasao and other islands off the north coast of Venezuela whose flora is essentially South American.
Page 144 - States National Museum, Professor Byron D. Halsted of Rutgers College and Professor William Trelease of the Missouri Botanical Garden have consented to act as an advisory committee.
Page 76 - FLORA is designed to present in one work descriptions of all plants growing, independent of cultivation, in North America, here taken to include Greenland, Central America, the Republic of Panama, and the West Indies, except Trinidad, Tobago, and Curaçao and other islands off the north coast of Venezuela, whose flora is essentially South American.
Page 55 - ... outer spore wall marked by 5-8 spiral ribs uniting at the poles, the polar axis always placed in a transverse position, never parallel with the filament, the inner spore wall smooth; suffultory cells swollen; androsporangia...
Page 111 - Мус. 11: 338. 1913. Pileus compact, becoming soft, thick, convex or plane, obtuse, regular, solitary or gregarious, 5-12 cm. broad; surface moist, glabrous, variable in color, generally pallid or cinereous tinged with violet or lilac, sometimes wholly violet, margin at first involute and villose-pruinose, becoming glabrous; context whitish, pleasant to the taste, edible; lamellae broad, crowded, rounded behind, free, violaceous, becoming sordid-whitish or fuscous...
Page 2 - ... or decurrent. purple ; stem variable, short or long, equal, or sometimes thicker in the middle, sometimes at each end, fibrous, solid, colored like or paler than the pileus; spores globose, white, verrucose, .OOO3-.OOO4 of an inch broad.
Page 307 - GILLS close, rather broad, brotcnish-cinnamon, edge often eroded. STEM 10-15 cm. long, 8-12 mm. thick, equal, long and usually much bent or variously curved, at first shaggy-scaly from the subconcentrically arranged fragments of the copious veil, white or yellowish. SPORES elliptical, inequilateral, 11-12 x 6-7 micr. On the ground, among leaves in woods. Maryland. September. The dried type-specimens have much the appearance of C.
Page 288 - ... rather broad, at length 5-8 mm., adnate, emarginate, not attenuate in front, violaceous or lavender when young, becoming pale cinnamon, not crowded, thin, edge serratulate-flocculose and paler, somewhat wrinkled at the sides but not veined. STEM 8-10 cm. long, 5-9 mm. thick, elastic, remarkably equal, covered by a violaceous, glutinous, universal veil, which remains as evanescent, adnate patches and at its junction with the partial veil as a slight annulus, smooth or fibrillose-striate at the...