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New or Noteworthy Basidiomycetes from the Central Rocky Mountain Region
This paper deals with some new or noteworthy species of Ba? sidiomycetes collected in Colorado and Wyoming during the sum? mer of 1929 by the senior author from the New York Botanical Garden, and theExpand
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The Polyporaceae of Colorado
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STEM AND LEAF STRUCTURE OF ASPEN AT DIFFERENT ALTITUDES IN COLORADO
In this paper, the writer will attempt to point out the anatomical differences and similarities found in the trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) collected at elevations of 5,800 feet andExpand
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Further Notes on Cantharellus Multiplex
This fungus was first described by Underwood in 1899 (3) from type material collected in Maine. Thirty-eight years passed before there appeared in the literature a report of a second collection ofExpand
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History of Mycological Collectors in Colorado
have collected in this region. I am excluding all workers in the Myxomycetes on account of the rather debatable taxonomic position occupied by this group of organisms. There have appeared inExpand