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20 feet high abundant Acad Acer Americana April Aralia spinosa Asci bark Benth Britton brush lands Buena Vista Xbac Carex Cedral Cenote Chichen Itza common Conidia Cozumel Gaunter cult Cytispora dead limbs dead log diameter Eupatorium Euphorbia flowers forests about Izamal fruit Gaumer Gray Griseb Hacienda Hemsl Herb 3 feet hyaline hyphae ignot inches high Island of Cozumel Island of Mugeres Izamal Jacq July June Karst lands about Izamal lands near Izamal Linn living leaves Magnolia Fraseri March Merida Merida Valdez Michx Millsp Monongalia Morgantown Millspaugh Muhl Nutt Nuttall old fields Panicum Peck Perithecia Pers Phila Phyllosticta places near Izamal plant port of Silam Proc Progreso Quercus Sacc Schott Schw Sept Short Creek Shrub Shrubby species specimens Spores Sporidia Sporules Tekanto Tree Trunk Tsuga Canadensis Type habitat Vine Virginiana Virginica Walt Willd woods Yucatan
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Page 210 - Plant larger and stronger; leaflets broad below, usually triangular-ovate, doubly serrate with small teeth, and more or less notched and jagged ; peduncles longer, straighter and stouter, habituously more numerous and more conspicuously overtopping the leaves; flowers very large (sometimes two inches aeross) ; sepals uniformly larger, some of them much prolonged and leaf-like and conspicuously lobed (sometimes becoming an inch long and wide) ; fruit much larger.
Page 123 - ... conidia, which also are about twice as large as in G. Venetum Speg. MYXOSPORIUM Link. M. LUTEM E. & E., Proc. Phila. Acad., 1893, 458. TYPE HABITAT : On bark Hicoria ovata, April to July. 1893 (Nuttall, discov. 1015, 79). E. & ENAF 2953. Fungi Columbiani 150. Stroma globose-conical, light yellow, .75 to i mm.
Page 118 - Spots irregular, subangular, partly limited by the veinlets t of the leaf, often elongated and acute at one end, brownishblack, with an irregularly shaped white center, which is well defined, angular, 3 to 5 mm. in the longer diameter. Perithecia epiphyllous, but also visible below, small (65 to 75 /*), scattered, dark.
Page 137 - Aralia spinosa, alt. i.Joo ft., Aug. 18, 1893 (Nuttall, 1173, 140). H. NUTTALLII E. & E., Proc. Phila. Acad., 346 (1894). TYPE HABITAT : On bark of dead Magnolia Fraseri at Glade Creek, May, 1894 (Nuttall, discov. 1494, 477). Stromata gregarious, subconfluent, depressed-hemispherical or strongly convex, 3 to 6 mm. diameter, purplishblack, mammillose. Perithecia small (about .25 mm.) scattered irregularly through the stroma, which is rather soft and brownish within. Ostiola crowning the mammillose...
Page 186 - Plants bright glossy green, stems matted below by a red tomentum, leafy nearly to apex, rlenudate roughened above, with a few leaves at summit ; leaves erect or secund, straight or curled and twisted, often 5 mm. long, narrowly subulate from a short, thick base, caducous ones with a long, slender, smooth point; persistent ones serrate, blade inflexed cells densely chlorophyllose, filled with oil globules, those of the basal angles, clear.
Page 134 - Perithecia numerous, often 50 to 70 in a stroma, 100 to 120 p diameter, closely packed, their slender necks terminating in obtusely conical, 4 cleft, black, densely crowded ostiola erumpent in a brown disk surrounded by the ruptured epidermis. The disk is soon obliterated, so that only the erowded, black, subshining ostiola are seen. Asci clavatefusoid, p. sp. 25 to 30 x 4 ii.
Page 77 - ... still in virgin forests where the ax of man has never found its way, and where magnificent specimens of forest growth stand thickly side by side and reach a towering height, no finer view of standing timber may be had within the confines of the Union. These splendid forests covering over twenty-three thousand square miles yield nearly every species found in the north. Here trees grow to such size that ordinary methods will not suffice to handle them, and are frequently so densely compact that...
Page 172 - CLAVARIA Vaill. C. AMETHYSTINA Bull. On ground, June 20, 1893 (Nuttall, 993) C. PYXIDATA Pers. On rotten log, June 10, 1893 (Nuttall, 975). C. FORMOSA Pers. On ground in laurel thicket, and deep woods, alt. 2,000 ft., July 9, 1893. Spores 12.5 x 5 /* (Nuttall, 1085). C. FLACCIDA Fr. On leaf mold, in deep woods, Grant Co., near Bayard (Millspaugh). C. FUSIFORMIS Sowerb. On low ground in open woods, alt. 2,000 ft., July 9, 1893 (Nuttall, 1086). C. JUNCEA Fr. On leaf mold in bottom of dead hollow stump....