Sepia pinkgill and Pink waxcap mushrooms Worthington George Smith
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Sepia pinkgill and Pink waxcap mushrooms
Mycological studies of Entoloma jubatum (here Agaricus entoloma jubatus, Fr.) the Sepia pinkgill and Porpolomopsis calyptriformis (here Hygrophorus calyptraeformis) the Pink waxcap. Seven figures, including sections and magnified details of spores. Plate at pp.246/247 of the paper ‘New and rare Herefordshire and British Hymenomycetous fungi’, by Worthington G. Smith, Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club, 1868 (Times Office, Hereford, 1869) pp.245-246.
- Image reference: RS-11793
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