British Fungus-Flora, a Classified Text-Book of Mycology

  title={British Fungus-Flora, a Classified Text-Book of Mycology},
  author={C. M.},
IT was in 1836 that Berkeley published his “British I Fungi” as a part of Hooker's “British Flora,” and for about a quarter of a century this was the standard work. In 186o appeared Berkeley's “Outlines of British Fungology,” which from the first was disappointing, inasmuch as it was only a barren catalogue for all except the large and conspicuous species; and even the latter were so compressed in description, by the exigencies of confining the book within narrow and definite limits, that it… Expand
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