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List and Letter-Florida Fungi, E. A. Burt.
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00000206/00126
Finding Guide: A Guide to the Peter Henry Rolfs Collection
 Material Information
Title: List and Letter-Florida Fungi, E. A. Burt.
Series Title: Writings and Speeches 1891-1920
Physical Description: Unknown
Physical Location:
Box: 4
Divider: Miscellany
Folder: List and Letter-Florida Fungi, E. A. Burt.
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agricultural extension work -- Florida.
Agriculture -- Florida -- Experimentation.
Agriculture -- Study and teaching -- Brazil -- Minas Gerais.
Agriculture -- Study and teaching -- Florida.
Citrus fruit industry -- Brazil.
Leprosy -- Research -- Brazil.
Minas Gerais (Brazil) -- Rural conditions.
Escola Superior de Agricultura e Veterinaria do Estado de Minas Gerais.
Florida Cooperative Extension Service.
University of Florida. Agricultural Experiment Station.
University of Florida. Herbarium.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: AA00000206:00126

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Ir. P. H. Rolfs,.
glemson College, S. 0.

Dear Sir:--
I have worked on the box of Oastromycetes

which you kindly sent and note that quite a number
of them were. not numbered so that it is difficult

to report regarding theme

No. 1900, 1994 and one speiomen unnumbered,

are Soleroderma gaastear This is the large black

species that opens like a star.

You have another similar plant and sent a

spedImenbut not numbered, Soleroderma aurantium is

a smaller plant however, with a tinge of yellow.

No. 1890, Soleroderma bovista ?*

No. 1892, Soleroderma, I do not recognize

as any species with which I am acquainted. I will
send to Europe &nd make an endeavor to t et'it

named*

Not numbered. Two collections. Lyeoperdon

separans Pedk.

Not numbered, two oolleetions. One, an
old sterile base, the other a young plant out open*

Booistella Ohioensis.

No. 1894, 1895 and 1896, and one unnumbered
are (heater hygronetrious.




































Second Floor, Lloyd Library, Botanical Section.




THE

LLOYD MUSEUM

AND LIBRARY.


Tii.s Libriry is devoted to
botany. pharmacy, chemistry
arid allied sciences. The build-
ing contains betw een fifteen and
Lwenty thousand volumes and
pamphlets on the aforenamed
subject The herbarium of
priEs.sed plants is extensive and
the mycoll-gical department
rntminns foIr cr fiv\etliousnnd
speeimens, the fle hy fungi be-
ing preserved in alcohol in jars.
This library is incorporated,
i.; Qrev to the public, and is
pledged to be donated intact
to Science The finni resting
police has not been decided
upon, but tlih. library will be
S pl wed in the University best
-clleulated to serve science
J. U. & C. G. LLOYD.





Sbe llop'o f(lRuseum
anb Tibrarp
224 VMlcet S6urt Street,
itncuinnatI, 0. ... ...... ... ..... . 190

No. 1897, is Geaster minimus,

No. 1891, Lyooperdon too immature to deter-

mine
Nos. 1893, 1901 and one specimen unnumbered

Polysadcum pisqforme.

No. 1902, Lyooperdon pyriforme.

No. 1899 and three specimens not numbered

are Calvatia oyathiformis. This is a puff ball

that you hAve with a lilac colored spores. It is

probably the largest species that occurs with you.

No. 1898, too immature, I do not recognize

it.

The plant that you sent separately in a

little box is evidently a Lyooperdon, abnormally

split open from some reason, probably hot sun..

I have a number ftam Sweden that are very similar

though I judge a different species. I have not out

your specimen apart yet and do not what is its normal

form.

I thaik you for the specimens and will be

very glad to receive them at any time.

Yours truly,

0. G. Lloyd.


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Second Floor, Lloyd Library, Botanical Section.


THE..

LLOYD MUSEUM

AND LIBRARY.


Tins Librury is devoted to
botany. pharmacy, chenlistry
ind allied rsiences. The build-
ing eoninins between filteen and
twenty thousand volumes and
pamuphJlet son t'he aforenanued
.iil jels. The herbarium I1
pri-t-.od plihnts. is extensive and
lie imyenlogical d-pnartmient
contains four i r fic e rthoi.icind
spiecimein, the fleshy fungi be-
iing preuserved in aliohoij in jars
This library is incorporated,
j- Ire, to the public, and is
pleiled to lie dirinated intna t.
It '01'cee Tlip iinal resting
plnce lin not iluen decided
u1pon, bil. lth' lilbrr'y %will lbe
pl.hied in third Uni\eri-ity Ibe-t
cnlacliuIhted tl) srve science
J. U. & C. G. LLOYD.


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