Museum Bulletin Volume a - 139

Museum Bulletin Volume a - 139

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...deinde f erruginae; stipes aequalis, flexuosus, solidus. deinde fistulosus, luteolus, ad apicem minute floccoso-tomentosulus, basi albido-tomentosus; sporae ellipsoideae, 8-9x4-5 /. Cortinarius ferrugineo-griseus PLATE Y, FIG. I-4. PLATE Z, FIG.-3 Pileus convex or nearly plane, sometimes with the thin margin upcurved and then appearing centrally depressed, hygrophanous, brownish ferruginous when moist, gray or whitish gray when the moisture has escaped, flesh whitish; lamellae 4-6 lines broad, moderately close, adnexed, appearing free in the dried plant, pale cinnamon or clay color when young, brownish cinnamon when mature; stem equal, abruptly bulbous at the base, solid or stuffed, silky fibrillosc, sometimes colored like but paler than the pileus, 'sometimes shining, variable in color, whitish below and violet tinted above or entirely violaceous, violaceous within; spores ellipsoid and commonly uninucleate, 10-12x7-8/1. Pileus 3.5-10 cm broad; stem 3.5-8.5 cm long, 6-20 mm thick, Under pine trees near Xatick swamp, Alass. October. G. E. Morris. The growing plant is often covered with pine needles. It belongs to subgenus Hydrocybe and is closely allied to C or t i n a rius saturn inus Fr., from which it may be separated by its pileus fading to grayish white and by its solid stem often abruptly bulbous. It also differs in its habitat and in its larger spores. Pileus convexus vel subplanus, aliquando centro depressus, margine recurvato, hygrophanus, quum humidus ferrugineo-brunneus, quum siccus albido-griseus griseusve, carne albida; lamellae subconfertae, adnexae, 8-12 mm latae, in juventute cinnamomeae vel argillaceae, in maturitate brunneo-cinnamomeae; stipes aequalis, basi abrupte bulbosus, sericeo-fibrillosus, nitidus, solidus, infra...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236836308
  • 9781236836304