Torreya Volume 7

Torreya Volume 7

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...Survey of Nebraska 1894-95: 20. 1896. Describes one new species. Earle, F. S. Key to the North American Species of Lactarius. Torreya 2: 139-141,152-154. 1902. Herbst, W. Fungal Flora of the Lehigh Valley, Pa. 101-106. 1899. Johnson, A. E. Bull. Minn. Acad. 1877: 337. 1878. Describes one new species. Longyear, B. 0. New Species of Michigan Fungi. Rep. Mich. Acad. of Sci. 1901: 57-59. 1902. Describes two new species. Morgan, A. P. The Mycologic Flora of the Miami Valley, Ohio. Jour. Cinn. Soc. Nat. Hist. 6: 182-185. l883-Murrill, W. A. Terms Applied to the Surface and Surface Appendages of Fungi. Torreya 5: 61-66. 1905. Mcllvaine, C., & MacAdam, R. K. One Thousand American Fungi. 161-184. 1902. Peck, C. H. Rep. N. Y. State Bot. 1884: 111-133. l885 l887: 74. 1888; 1889: 19,20. 1890; 1890: 71, 72. 1891; 1901: 949. 1902; 1902: 43-45-I93', T93: 18, 19. 1904; 1904: 33. 1905; 1905: 37. 1906. Bull. Torrey Club 25: 369. 1898; 32: 78. 1901. Describes thirty-two new species and four new varieties. Saccardo, P. A. Sylloge Fungorum 5: 423-453. 1887; 9: 56-58. 1891; II: 31,32. 1895; 14:94,95. 1899; 16: 43-46. 1902; 17: 29, 30. 1905. New York Botanical Garden. ADDITIONS TO THE TREE FLORA OF THE UNITED STATES By J. K. Small In a previous paper I recorded the discovery of six trees new to the flora of the United States. Four of the species there mentioned, namely Quercus Rolfsii Small, Ilex Krugiana Loesener, Rhus leucantlia Jacq., and Tetrazygia bicolor (Mill.) Cogn., are indigenous to Florida, while two species, Mangifera indica L., and Sapota Zapotilla (Jacq.) Coville (Achras Sapota L.) are naturalized plants. Further 'exploration in South Florida has revealed six additional arboreous plants, which are as follows: Serenoa Serrulata (Michx.) Hook. As far as we...show more

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  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236663616
  • 9781236663610