A Contribution to a Revision of the North American Hydnaceae, Volum 12,Edició 2

Columbia University., 1906 - 96 pàgines

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Pàgina 155 - ... base 1.5 cm. wide; teeth capillary more or less decurrent, dark umber to black, 7 mm. or less long, 0.15 to 0.25 mm. wide, about 2 to i millimeter, longest teeth about one- fourth of the distance from the stem to the margin : spores apparently few, subtuberculate, subglobose, brownish, 4 to 5 /* wide. The plant in structure is similar to H. velutinum, but very distinct in the form of the pileus, in its subrugose not tomentose surface, and in the long capillary teeth. Fayette: on ground beneath...
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Pàgina 186 - Farlow, WG Notes on the Cryptogamic Flora of the White Mountains.
Pàgina 115 - Boccone, however, as early as 1697 figured the two forms as distinct. They are undoubtedly closely related, and intermediate forms are to be found difficult of assignment exclusively to either category, but this may also be said of H. coralloides and H. caputursi, or of H.

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