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Grevillea. A monthly record of cryptogamic botany - Index of

Grevillea. A monthly record of cryptogamic botany - Index of

Grevillea. A monthly record of cryptogamic botany - Index

  • Page 5 and 6: ft. r^utllp, A QUAETEELY EECOED OF
  • Page 7 and 8: Additions to Dsedalea INDEX TO VOL.
  • Page 9 and 10: No. 89. September, 1890. A QUARTERL
  • Page 11 and 12: NEW ZEALAKD FUXGI. 3 compressis, di
  • Page 13 and 14: AUSTRALIAN FUNGI. By M. C. Cooke. A
  • Page 15 and 16: SOME ASIATIC FUNGI. 7 Zieptosphaeir
  • Page 17 and 18: INTRODUCTION TO FRESH WATER ALG^. A
  • Page 19 and 20: INTRODUCTION TO FRESH WATER ALO^. 1
  • Page 21 and 22: BRITISH PYRENOMYCETES. L. veneta, S
  • Page 23 and 24: NORTH AMERICAN FUNGI. 15 Stilbum (C
  • Page 25 and 26: BRITISH THELEPHORE^. 17 12. Conioph
  • Page 27 and 28: BRITISH THELEPHORE-a:. 19 12. Penio
  • Page 29 and 30: BRITISH THELEPHORE^. 21 same colour
  • Page 31 and 32: CRYPTOGAMIC LITERATURE. 23 Sturgis,
  • Page 33 and 34: No. 90- December, 1890. A QUAHTERLY
  • Page 35 and 36: BRITISH THELEPHOREI. 27 mycelial st
  • Page 37 and 38: BRITISH THBLEPHOEEI. 29 26. Cortici
  • Page 39 and 40: CONTROVERTED AGARICS. 31 give the b
  • Page 41 and 42: CONTROVERTED AGARICS, potius Inocyb
  • Page 43 and 44: ) CONTROVERTED AGARICS. 35 connecti
  • Page 45 and 46: CONTROVERTED AGARICS. 37 never seem
  • Page 47 and 48: CONTROVERTED AGARICS. 39 meet many
  • Page 49 and 50: NEW BRITISH FDNGI. 41 often becomin
  • Page 51 and 52: BRITISH PYRENOlilYCETES. 43 S. isar
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    AUSTRALIAN FUNGI. 45 comparatively

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    AUSTRALIAN FUNGI. 47 the base into

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    FUNGI OF NEW ZEALAND. 49 flexuosisv

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    SYNOPSIS PYRENOMYCETUM. 51 ^%% Seyn

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    53 MEMORABILIA. CiNTRACTiA AxicoLA

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    CRTPTOGAMIC LITERATURE. 55 Barclay,

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    No- 91- March, 1891. A QUARTERLY RE

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    INDEX LICHENUM BKITANNICORUM. 59 Ge

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    AUSTRALIAN FUNGI. 61 Sphaerella nub

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    TWO JAPANESE EDIBLE FUNGI. 63 1. La

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    BRITISH THELEPHOREI. 65 Stereum mul

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    CONFESSIONS OF A MYCOPHAGIST. 67 ma

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    CONFESSIONS OF A MYCOPHAGIST. 69 be

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    CONFESSIONS OF A MYC0PHAGI8T. 71 be

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    OMITTED DIAGNOSES. 73 Phialea furfu

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    OMITTED DIAGNOSES. 75 Patellaiia la

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    CORDYCEPS HAWKE8II. 77 he says, " a

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    "fungi EXSICCATI " EXCESSES. 79 ],9

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    MEMORABILIA. 81 tinuous labour of t

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    TWO AUSTRALIAN FUNGI. 83 covered wi

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    not fertile ; SPORE DIFFUSION IN PH

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    87 CEYPTOGAMIC LITERATURE. RouMEGUE

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    No. 92. June, 1891. dlr^ttilUn* A Q

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    Gercospova eplcoccoides, Cke. ^ Mas

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    ADDITIONS TO D^DALFA. 93 radiantibu

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    NEW OR IMPERFECTLY KNOWN GA8TR0MYCE

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    NEW OR IMrERFECTLY KNOWN GASTROMYCE

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    TRAMETES AND ITS ALLIES. 99 Traxnet

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    TRAMETES AND ITS ALLIES. 101 Tramet

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    TRAMETE9 AND ITS ALLIES. 103 saepe

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    NEW SUB-GEN(7S OF AGARICUS. 105 Ag.

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    Mollisia chlorosticta, E. P. Fries.

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    Mezulius pelliculosus, Cooke. ADDIT

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    CRYPTOGAMIC LITERATURE. Ill BoRZi,

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    ^ ri|iiillp^ A QUARTERLY RECORD OF

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    U PREFACE. I desire to claim no esp

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    ^ SPECIES OF HYDNEI. Hydnum microdo

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    4 SI'BCIES OF HYDNEI. Kneiffia subt

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    6 AUSTRALIAN FUNGI, company with As

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    8 BREFELD's " MYKOLOGIE." Part X.,

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    10 NOTES ON CLAVAKIEI. By M. C. Coo

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    12 NOTES ON THELEPHORE^. Hymenochae

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    tA^ NEW GENUS, SARC0MYCE8. marginat

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    16 EXOTIC FUNGI. Sphaexostilbe Maco

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    18 BRITISH TREMELLINE^. Ulocolla fo

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    20 BRITISH TREMELLINE^. Tremella cl

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    2^ BRITISH TREMELLlNB-i;. DZTZOIiA,

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    24 ON nACRYOPSlS. reliable test of

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    26 HOST-INDEX OF U.S. FUNGI.* We ha

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    28 APPLE SCAB. portion, or plant bo

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    30 CEYLON IN AUSTRALIA. Irpex flaws

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    32 CRYPTOGAMIC LITERATURE Galloway,

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    34 NOTES ON THELEPHOREI. Thelephora

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    36 AUSTRALIAN FDNGI. flexible, dehi

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    38 NEW BRITISH FUNGI. Clavaria fuli

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    40 MEMORABILIA. Plate 625 should be

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    42 BRITISH EDrBLE FUNGI. sary to sa

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    44 AGARICOS GlGANTEUS AND A. MAXIMU

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    46 MASSEE ON MUCORS. fairly safe st

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    48 MAS8EE ON MDCORS. " Judging from

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    50 RtJSSDI,A REDtVlVA, soch as R. n

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    52 RUSSULA REDIVIVA. white. Surface

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    54 RUSSULA REDIVIVA. Spores 8-10 x

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    56 RUSSULA REDIVIVA. This is referr

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    — — 58 RUSSULA REDIVIVA. Althou

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    60 RECENT OBSERVATIONS OF DR. NYLAN

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    62 RECENT OBSERVATIONS OK DK. NYLAN

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    64 CRVrTOGAMlC LITERATURE. Halbtead

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    66 EVOLUTION OF PLANT-LIFE.* " The

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    68 RUSSULA REDIVIVA. (Continued fro

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    70 RUSSULA UEDIVIVA. smooth, even,

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    72 RUSSULA REDIVIVA. referable to R

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    — — — 74 RU88ULA REDIVIVA. wi

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    76 RUS8ULA REDIVIVA. R. luxidus xus

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    — 78 RU88ULA REDIVIVA. For this c

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    — — 80 RUSSULA REDIVIVA. smooth

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    82 NEGLECTED DIAGNOSES. VAlsa (Chor

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    84 NF.aLECTKD DIAGNOSES. Sphseria B

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    86 spH«:iaACE^ imperfecta: cognit^

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    88 BACTKRIA IN PLANT DISKASE. spots

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    90 NOTES ON KDIBLE FUNCxI, increase

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    92 NEW EXOTIC FUNGI. Stereum latum,

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    94 NEW BRITISH FRESH WATER ALG^. gr

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    96 CRYPTOGAMTC LITERATURE. Nyman, E

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    — DS ROSSULA REDIVIVA. 1190. Russ

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    100 RU88ULA REDlVlVA. 1191. Russula

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    — 102 RUSSfLA KKOIVn-A. 1193. Rus

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    104 RUSSUI.A REDIVIVA. and finally

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    106 ADDITIONAL FUNGI DESCRIPTIONS.

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    108 BERLESE, ICONES FDNGORUM. repre

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    ]ll> OMTTTKI) DIAGNOSES Vredo sphae

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    112 THE MYXOOA8TRE8. In order to in

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    \14 MEMOKABILIA. Bresadola Fungt Tr

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    Il6 NEW BRITISH FRESH WATKR ALG^. H

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    118 NEW BltlTISH FUESH WATER ALG^.

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    120 CLADOSPORIUM. Cladosporium obte

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    122 CKYPTOGAMIC LITEHATURE. Philibe

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    124 CRYTTOGAMIC LITERATURli. Kellee

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    Fungus Forays, 1891 Handbook of Aus

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    362 AGAKICINI. smootli, iiake

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    364 AGARICINI. at the apex ; pills

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    366 AGAKICINI. naked, soon sprcadin

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    — 368 AGARIOINI. ground, smooth,

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    370 AGARICINl. 260 his. Agaxicus (W

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    372 AGARICINI. twisted, fibrillose,

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    374 AGARICINI, 543 J/4. Agaricus (Z

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    376 AGARICINI. 648 bis. Agarious (N

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    179. AUSTRALIAN FUNGI. VI. AGARICUS

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    181. AUSTRALIAN FUNGI. VIII. AGARIC

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    378 AGARICINI. 780. Agaricus (Fsath

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    380 AQARICIVI. 1124. Hygxophorus (H

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    382 AGARICIJTI. becoming white ; st

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    The foregoing desci'iptions of Agar

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    386 INDEX. astragalinus (Flammula)

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    388 INDEX. PAGE corticatus (Pleurot

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    390 INDEX. fusco-albus (Hygrophoi'u

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    392 INDEX. PAGE lilacinus (Lactariu

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    394 pauper (Lactarius) pau[)erculu3

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    396 INDEX. scabellus (Inooybe) scab

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    398 uraceus (Hydrocybe) urbicus (Te

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    PLATE ampins (Clitocybe) ... S. 112

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    PLATE coliimlimis {Pleurotus) S. 11

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    foetens (Hygrophorus) fceteus (Kuss

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    lilacea (Russula) lilacinus (Lactar

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    10 SYSTEMATIC! INDEX. PLATE perbrev

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    12 SYSTEMATIC INDEX.

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    14 SYSTEMATIC IKDEX. violaceus {Lae

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    Seven Sisters of Sleei*. A popular

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    Die Biicher des vorliegenden Katalo

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    2 Cryptogamae. 1. Scripta miscellan

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    4 2. Cryptogamae vaseulares. ) 77 B

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    ) 6 2. I'ryptogaiuae vat^culares. 1

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    8 3. Musci froudosi et Hepaticae. 2

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    10 3. Musci frondosi et Hepaticae.

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    ) ) 12 3. Miisci fronclosi et Hepat

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    14 3. Mnsci frondosi et Hepaticae.

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    16 4. Fuugi. 471 (le Bary, A. Ueber

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    ) 4. Fuugi. 532 Comes, 0. Fuugi del

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    ) ) 20 4. Fimgi, 595 Fries, E. Nova

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    ) 22 4. Fuiiiri. o^ 652 Karsteu, H.

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    24 4. Fungi.. ) 713 Oersted, A. S.

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    26 4. Faiiffi o-" 778 Schaefifer, J

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    28 o. Lichenes. ) 847 Winter, G. No

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    80 5. Liclienes, 91fi FunfstUck, M.

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    32 e.^Algae. 982 Ward, H. M. On the

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    ;-^4 6. Alg^ae. 1042 Gobi, Chr Die

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    ) ) ) 36 6. Algae. ) 1108 Priugshei

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    38 7. Diatomeae, Desmidicae, Charac

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