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" This proves to be a mass of a peculiar kind of fungus, called liliizomorpha, and serves to illustrate the fact, that all fungi are derived from the decomposing materials of some previously organized body, whether animal or vegetable. Here we have the... "
Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology - Page 277
1774
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 176-177

Early English newspapers - 1844
...strange and shaggy appearance. This proves to be a mass of a peculiar kind of fungus, called rhizomorpka, and serves to illustrate the fact, that all fungi...substance of one of the nobles of antiquity converted Fig. 1 is a perspective view, as it would appear if perfectly cleared of the superincumbent earth....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 176

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1844
...of morUr was spread uniformly over the whole, iloping on each Bide as much a* in common roofs, The into materials forming one of the very lowest of the...or coffin was six feet nine inches in length, one font five inches broad, and one foot four inches deep. It had been formed of a sheet or sheets of lead,...
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Memoir of ... J.S. Henslow

Leonard Blomefield - 1862
...and shaggy appearance. This proves to be a mass of a peculiar kind of fungus, called Rhizomorpha,* and serves to illustrate the fact, that all fungi are derived from the decomposing materials of some previously-organized body, whether animal or vegetable. Here we have the substance of one of the nobles...
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A collection of archaeological pamphlets on Roman remains formed ..., Volume 10

Sir Bertram Coghill Alan Windle - 1884
...strange and shaggy appearance. This proves to be a mass of a peculiar kind of fungus, called Rhizomorpha, and serves to illustrate the fact, that all fungi...materials forming one of the very lowest of the fungi 1 The leaden chest or coffin was six feet nine inches in length, one foot five inches broad, and one...
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