Grevillea, Volumes 17-18

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Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, George Massee
Williams and Norgate, 1889 - Cryptogams
 

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Page 53 - No one is authorised to reject, change or modify a name (or combination of names) because it is badly chosen, or disagreeable, or another is preferable or better known, or because of the existence of an earlier homonym which is universally regarded as non-valid, or for any other motive either contestable or of little import.
Page 9 - It is with profound regret that we have to announce the death of Harri Jones at Newcastle on 30 January.
Page 31 - Pileus fleshy, margin thin, convex, then flattened and depressed, viscid, soon dry, rosy flesh colour, rosy orange, or rosy with a tinge of ochre, at first spotted with whitish, at length blanched, margin shortly tuberculate, striate (2-3 in. diam.), gills rather crowded, equal, some dimidiate or furcate, furcate behind and rounded, free, rather distant, sometimes with an adnate tooth, ventricose, whitish, then ochraceous egg-yellow, connected by veins ; stem stuffed, lacunose, white, here and there...
Page 24 - ... 278 collect all the specimens possible during a whole day, until they numbered at least one hundred good sound specimens, as we have done in this current year, it is doubtful if their mind would ever be troubled with scepticism again in respect of this species. With a pileus from l^in. to near 6in. in size, from the faintest blush of colour to the deepest tints, and yet unity in all such seeming variety. Intrinsically a margin with a rosy tone, more or less sobered with purple, a pale disc, and...
Page 30 - ... thick, reticulately rugulose, white, rarely growing pallid, flesh fuliginous when cut, stuffed, spongy within ; gills attenuated both ways, lanceolate (6 mm. broad in the centre), crowded, many furcate, white, becoming a little dirty white when old. Spores white, subglobose (9x7 /A...
Page 37 - Report of the Chief of the Section of Vegetable Pathology for 1887...
Page 43 - Stem equal, fibrillose (3 in. x ^ in.), fistulose, girt bv a superior erect ring, with a marginal brown band. Flesh turning pink when cut, gills crowded, free, remote, narrowed behind, leaving a broad collar round the stem. Taste and smell none. Spores apiculate at one end, nucleate, large, white, 20 x 10-12 ít.— Cooke Illus.
Page 30 - ... pallid, flesh fuliginous when cut, stuffed, spongy within ; gills attenuated both ways, lanceolate (6 mm. broad in the centre), crowded, many furcate, white, becoming a little dirty white when old. Spores white, subglobose (9x7 /A), faintly granular. Taste mild. On the ground.
Page 19 - ... thick, walls with annular -ridges mostly crowded, but here and there scattered, and sometimes passing into a spiral, the ridges with numerous thin, straight spines 3-4 p.
Page 8 - Whole fungus about 10 cm. high. Stem pallid rubiginous (or rosy), 6-8 mm. thick, the walls containing one stratum of cavities. Capitulum long (half the entire length), acutely conical, dingy purple, externally rugose, impervious at the apex.

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