An Appendix to the Midland Flora

An Appendix to the Midland Flora

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1821 edition. Excerpt: ...Ach. L. Un. 237. Syn. Meth. p. 59. -. 15. Lichen hyperellus. E. B. t. 1832. H A B. On the trunk of an aged oak, Pophills, Rufford. 1411. Calicium Ferrugineum... V. S. 6. Rusty Calicium. Sp. Ch. Crust granulated, tartareous, rusty white. Receptacles on short stalks, thick, black, often compound, with a pale rusty disk.--E. B. Syn. Calicium ferrugineum. E. B. t. 2473. Hab. On Ragley Park pales, Rufford. 1412. Calicium Trabinellum... V. S. 7. Brown Pin-headed Calicium. Sp. Ch. Crust rugged, cracked, of a bright greenish yellow. Receptacles on shortish brown footstalks, spherical, flattish; disk powdery, dark-brown, with a greenish yellow border. Svn. Calicium trabinellum. E. B. " Gen. Ind." Calicium claviculare /3. Ach. L. Un. p. 235. Caliciumchlorellum /3. Ach.Syn.Meth.60.17. Lichen trabinellus. E. B. 1.1540. Hab. On an old gate post, Cookhill Wood. Obs. The crust is of the nature of C. chrysocephalumE. B. t. 2501; but the brown heads with a green border correspond completely with. C. trabinellum.--Rufford. 1413. Calicium Debile V.S. 8. Weak Pin-headed Calicium. Sp. Ch. Crust membranous, very thin, white. Receptacles black, convex, with a recurved margin, on long, slender, wavy, black stalks.--E. B. Syn. Calicium debile. E.B. " Gen. Ind." Lichen debilis. E. B. t. 2462. Hab. On old pales, gate posts, &c. Pophills, Rufford. 1414. Calicium Cuhtum V.S. 9. Short-stalked Calicium. Sp. Ch. Crust filmy, very thin, whitish. Receptacles on thickishblack stalks, obovate or hemispherical, black; with black, prominent, loose powder.--E.B. Syn. Calicium curtum. E.B. if.2503. Hab. On decaying wood, in shady places. Obs. This is perhaps too nearly allied to C. debile: it is found in the same situations.--Rufford. 1415. Calicium...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236637240
  • 9781236637246