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Full text of "Illustrations of British Fungi (Hymenomycetes), to serve as an atlas to the "Handbook of British Fungi""

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ILLUSTRATIONS 

Of 

BRITISH FUNGI 



ILLUSTRATIONS 



OF 



BRITISH FUNGI 

(HYMENOMYCETES), 
To serve as an Atlas to the " Handbook of British Fungi^ 

BY 

M. C. COOKE, M.A., LL.D., A.L.S., 

President of tlie Quekett Microscopical Club, and of the Hackney Natural History and 
Microscopical Society. Fellow of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh. C!orrespond- 
ing Member of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia ; of the Ac-ademy of 
Science of New York ; of the Portland Society of Natural History, Maine, and 
of the Societa Crittogamologica Italiana. Honorary Member of tlie Cryptogamic 
Society of Scotland ; the Woolhope Field Club ; the Hertfordshire Natural History 
Society; the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists Society; the Essex Field Club; 
and other Societies. 



VOL. I. 




ILontJon : 

WILLIAMS AND NORGATE, HENRIETFA STREET, W.C. 
1881-1883. 






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PREFACE. 



In 1797 Sowerby published his " Coloured Figures of British 
Fungi," since which time no eflfort has been made to produce 
figures of all the known species of the larger Fungi, belonging to 
the order Hj/menomi/cetes. In 1867 the venerable Fries commenced 
the publication of his " Icones " in which it was proposed to 
illustrate all the European species of which no figures had been 
published. For the rest the British Mycologist had to purchase 
numerous and expensive works, which had from time to time ap- 
peared in diflferent European countries, and in many of these the 
figures were not absolutely satisfactory. To meet the requirements 
of the British student of Fungi a work was long felt desirable 
which should include coloured figures of all the known British 
species, and I was often urged to undertake such a work, but the 
magnitude and responsibility of the undertaking deterred me for 
a long period from making the attempt. 

At the meeting of the Woolhope Club, in the autumn of 1880, 
the subject was again considered, and I was induced to commence 
these " Illustrations " provided a sufficient number of subscribers 
could be secured to guarantee the continuance of the work, and 
limit the pecuniary responsibility within reasonable bounds. 
Although hitherto the receipts have fallen short of the expendi- 
ture, the arduous undertaking has been pursued without interrnp- 
tion, or recompense, until the section Leucospori of the large genus 
Agaricus has been completed in two volumes, containing 292 



Z PREFACR. 

plates, illustrating 378 species, with v.arieties, leaving only about 
twenty-six species in this section, which have been recorded as 
British, without figures, including some very doubtful ones. It 
is probable that some of these may yet be obtained and figured as 
an appendix. 

It is intended to proceed forthwith with the publication of 
" Illustrations " of the remaining sections of Agaricus, which it is 
estimated will occupy two volumes, including about the same 
number of plates as the two volumes jilst concluded. 

Up to this point it is considered that the " Illustrations " will 
compare favourably in number with any work hitherto published. 
Sowerby figured only 165 species of Agaricini, of all kinds; 
Hussey, 80 ; Bolton, 108 ; Bulliard, 287 ; Krombholz, 230 ; and 
Fries' "Icones " includes 209 species of the Zeucospon, so that 
already a larger number of white-spored Agarics have been 
figured herein than all the gill-bearing Fungi in Sowerby, Hussey, 
and Bolton together, or than were contained in the large work by 
Krombholz. Although this may fairly claim to be a national 
work, it is remarkable that less than seventy of the inhabitants of 
the British islands contribute, as subscribers, to its success, and 
its very existence is consequently dependent upon foreign support. 

As to execution, an interested party is not a fitting judge. It 
may be confessed that all the figures are not of equal excellence, 
but the printer has spared no effort in his endeavours to give sat- 
isfaction, yet, when once printed, it is difficult to make corrections, 
and delicate tones of colour are often inappreciable, except to a 
connoisseur. It should also be remembered, that it is not the 
typical form of a species which is always to be found in a given 
locality, and however truly our figures may represent what we have 
seen, it does not follow, as a matter of course, that they will 



PREFACE. «> 

always represent with equal fidelity fomis or varieties known to 
others. Allowance must therefore be made for reasonable varia- 
tion, and a figure does not merit condemnation because it fails to 
realize the ideal which anyone may have evolved for a particular 
species. 

It has been objected that in so few instances figures of the 
spores have been given, and this has been a source of regret, but 
the method of printing adopted is not favourable to such small 
objects as spores, which require to be rigidly accurate both in form 
and dimensions. In laying down the outlines, it is the inner, and 
not the outer surface of the line which bounds the object, and 
hence in transferring minute objects, they are at once sensibly 
diminished, and this diminution has a tendency to increase by the 
inward spreading of the ground colour. For these reasons the 
spores have seldom been attempted, and never with complete 
satisfaction. In the sections with coloured spores, hopes are en- 
tertained of surmounting the difficulty. 

I cannot permit these remarks to close without acknowledging 
the assistance so freely rendered by those who have sent me either 
living specimens, or placed their drawings at my disposal. My 
thanks are especially due to the Rev. M. J. Berkeley (M.J.B.), 
Miss Berkeley (R.E.B.), C. E. Broome (C.E.B.), Cedric Buck- 
nail (C.B.), Dr. Bull (H.G.B.), Rev. Canon Du Port, T. Howse 
(T.H.), G. Massee (G.M.), W. Phillips (W.P.), C. B. Plow- 
right, W. G. Smith (W.G.S.), and Rev. John Stevenson. Their 
initials are attached to the copies of their drawings. Had it 
not been for the kind assistance so freely and cheerfully rendered, 
these volumes could never have reached so successful a termina- 
tion. Above all, the council and experience of my valued friend, 
the Rev. M. J. Berkeley, has been to me a tower of strength, given 



4 PREFACE. 

continuously and unreservedly, with a paternal affection for the 
work in hand, it demands from me all the acknowledgment and 
gratitude which it is in my power to offer. 

Since it is impossible for me to attempt a new edition of the 
" Handbook," whilst this work is in progress, it is intended to re- 
print the specific characters of all the Hymenomycetes (British) in 
some convenient form to be used with the plates, as a separate 
publication. Though names may change, and the limits of species 
fluctuate, it is hoped that these figures may prove a welcome 
legacy to a future generation. ' 

M. C, Cooke. 
July, 1883. 



SYSTEMATIC LNDEX. 



Order I. AGARICINI. Fr. 

Hymenium inferior, spread over radiating gills. 

Gknus I. A,GARICUS, Linn. 
Gills membranaceous, persistent, with an acute edge, trama 
floccose. 

Sect, A. Leucospori. White spored. 

Sub-Genus 1. Amanita, Pers. Universal veil free from 
the cuticle ; stem distinct from the hymenophore, furnished 
with a volva at the base. Gills free. 

* Ring manifest, superior. 

a. Volva splitting at the apex, border free, per- 
sistent. 



1. 


Ag. virosus, Fr. 


1 


/ 


2. 


„ phalloides, Fr. 


. 2 


X 


3. 


„ vernus, Bull 


. 3 


^ 



b. Volva cut round above the bulb, border mem- 

branaceous. 

4. Ag. mappa, Fr. 

c. Volva definitely cut around, base marginate, 

persistent, calyptra broken into thick warts 
scattered over the pileus. 



5. Ag. muscarius, Fr. 

6. „ pantherinus, Fr. . 

7. ,, excelsus, Fr. 

8. „ strobiliformis, Fr. 


117 

6 

7 

8 

277 


9 


d. Volva entirely friable. 




10. Ag. rnbescens, Fr. 

11. „ spissus, Fr. 

12. „ nitidus, Fr. 

13. „ asper, Fr. 


9 
69 
70 
10 


10 

11. 


e. Volva flocculose, wholly evanescent, stem not 

bulbous. 






14. Ag. magnificus, Fr. 

15. „ megalodactylus, Berk. 


34 
11 


/6' 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



Ring obliterated or none. 



16. 


Ag. vaginatus, Fr. 


. 12 


Ih 


17. 


,, strangu!atus, Fr. . 


. 13 


n 


18. 


„ adnatiis. Sfn. 


. 35 


'/ 



Sub.-Gen. 2. Iiepiota, Fr. Universal veil concrete with 
the pilens, gills free, often remote. Volva absent. Stem 
generally distinct from the hymenophore. 

* Epidermis dry. 

a. Pkoceki. Ring movable. 

19. Ag. procerus, Scop. 

20. ,, rachodes, Vitt. 

21. ,. cxcoriatus, Schff. . 

22. ,, gracilentus, Krcwbli. 

23. ,, mastoideus, Fr. 

b. Clypeolarii. King fixed, homogeneous 

VFith universal veil clothing the stem. 

24. Ag. acntesquamosus, Wein. 

25. „ Badhami, Berk. 

26. ., meleagris, Sow. 

27. „ biornatus, B. ^ Br. 

28. ,, hispidus, Lasch. . 

29. ,, clypeolarius, Bull. 

30. ,, metuljesporus, Be7'k. 

31. „ cristatus, A. 4' S. 

32. J, ermineus, Fr. 



Annulosi. 
sistent, 
pileus. 

33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 



Eing superior, fixed, subper- 
Universal veil adnate to the 



Ag. Vittadinii, Fr. 
,, holosericens, Fr. 
„ naucinus, Fr. 
,, cepaistipes, Soiv. 



d. Granulosi. Universal veil of the pileus 
and stem at first continuous, by rupture 
forming an inferior ring. 



21 

22 
23 

28 
24 



14 

25 
26 
37 
27 
38 
39 
29 
40 



36 

41 

15 

5 



87. Ag. carcharias, Pers. . 


. 42 


88. „ cinnabarinus, A. ^ S. 


. 43 


' ,. „ var. Terreii 


. 


89. „ granulosus, Batsch. 


. 18 


^Q f „ „ var. rubescens 
'X ,, amianthinus, Scop. 


. 218a 


. 213 /> 


41. „ polystictus, Berk, 


. 80 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



e. Mesomorphi, Small, slender, stem fista- 
lose, pileus dry, cuticle entire. 



r 



jn ( Ag, sistratns, Fr. 

'\ ,, mesomorphns, Bull. 


. 85 a 


. 856 


,o C 5, seminudus, Lasch. 
I „ Bucknalli, B. & Br. 


. 19a 


. 196 


** Epidermis viscid. 




44. Ag. meduUatus, Fr. 


. 44 


45 f „ delicatus, Fr. 
'\ ,. gliodermus, Fr. . 


. 1186 


. 118a 


46. ,, lenticularis, Lasch. 


. 17 


47. ,, Georginffi, Sm. 


. 132 



Suh.-Gen. 3. Azmillaxia, Fr. Universal veil absent, 
partial veil generally clothing stem with scales, and termi- 
nated by a more or less evident ring. Gills broadly adnate. 

a. Gills sinuuto-adnexed. 

48. Ag. bnlbiger, A. ^ S. . 20 

49. „ focalis, Fr. (minor) . 245 

50. „ „ (Goliathus) . 31 

51. ., robustos ^. ^ >S^. . . 33 

52. „ „ minor . . 86 
,, aurantius, Sckff. . • (^ 

53. ,. ramentaceus. Bull. . 71 

54. ,. hjematites, B. ^ Br. . 45 

55. „ constrictus, Fr. . . 46 

6. Gills attenuated behind, more or less decur- 
rent, not sinuate, stem solid. 

56. Ag. melleus, F. Dan. . 32 

57. „ snbcavus, Schum. . 47 

c. Gills equal behind, stem externally rather 
cartilaginous. 

58. Ag. mucidus, yScAra J. . .16 

Suh.-Gen. 4. Txicholoma, Fj: Veil obsolete, or attached 
in flocci or fibrils to the margin of the pilens. Stem 
fleshy. Gills sinuate behind. 

* Pileus either viscid, or clad with fibrils, scales, or 
down. 

a. LiMACiNi. Cuticle of the pileus viscid 
when moist, innate-fibrillose or squamose, 
but not lacerated. 

Gills not discoloured. 

59. Ag. equestris, imn. . . 72 

60. „ sejunctus, Sow. . , 53 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



61. 


Ag. portentosus, Fr. 


. 54 


62. 


jy 


fucatus, Fr. 


73 


63. 


>> 


quinquepartitiTS, Fr. 


. 74 


64. 


)> 


resplendens, Fr. . 


. 55 


65. 


if 


spermaticus, F7\ . 


. 87 


Gills becoming 


discoloured, usually with 


reddish 


spots 






&Q. 


Ag. 


colossus, Fr. 


75 


67. 




acerbus, Bull. 


76 


68. 




nictitans, Fr. 


56 


69. 




fulvellus, Fr. 


57 


70. 




flavo-brunneus, Fr. 


58 


71. 




albo-brunneus, Pers. 


197 


72. 




ustalis, Fr. 


88 






pessundatus, Fr. . 




73. 


)) 


stans, Fr. 


198 



Genuina. Cuticle of the pileus never viscid, 
but lacerated in scaly flocci or in fibrils. 

Gills not changing colour nor spotted with 
red or black. 



74. 


Ag. rutilans, Schff. 


89 


75. 


„ luridus, Schff. 


214 


76. 


,, guttatus, Schff. 


59 


77. 


„ columbetta, Fr. 


48 


78. 


„ scalpturatus, i^r. . 


215 


Gills becoming reddish, or cinereous, edge 




usually at length spotted with rufous or 




black. 






79. 


Ag. imbricatus, Fr. 


199 


80. 


,, vaccinus, Pers. 


60 


81. 


„ immundus, Berk. . 


61 


82. 


„ murinaceus, Biill. . 


49 


83. 


,, terreus, Schff. 


50 


84. 


„ ,, var. argyraceus, 5wZ/. 


165 


85. 


„ ,, var. atrosquamosus, 






Chev. . 


51 


86. 


„ „ var. orirubens, Q. 


90 


RiGIDA. 


Cuticle of the pileus rigid, 




punctate 


-granulate, or in drying broken 




into smooth squamules. 




Gills white 


or pallid, not becoming spotted with 




rufous 01 


' cinereous. 




87. 


Ag. macrorhizus, iMsch. 


278 


88. 


,, saponaceus, Fr. 


91 


89. 


„ „ var. squamosus . 


216 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



90. Ag. cartilagineus, Bull. . 166 
,, loricatus, Fr. 



Q- r „ atro-cinereus, Pers. . 52a 

' I ., cuneifolius, Fr. . .52 6 

92. „ ., van grise'o-rimosus, 

Batsch. 261 

Gills becoming rufous, or cinereous, or spotted. 

93. Ag. crassifolius, B. . .92 

94. „ tamidus, Pers. . . 93 

95. ,, virgatus, Fr. . .167 

d. Sericella. Pileus rather thin, at first 

silky, soon smooth and quite dry. 

Gilh broad, rather thick, and somewhat dis- 
tant. Smell unpleasant. 

96. Ag. sulphureus, Bull. . . 62 

97. ., bufonius, Pei-s. . . 181 

98. „ lascivus, i^r. . . 94 

99. ,, „ var. robnstns . 217 
100. „ inamaenus, Fr. . . 77 

Gills thin, crowded, narrow. Small, inodorous. 

101 C Ag. cerinus, Per*. . . 956 

■ ^ ,, ionides, Bull. . . 95a 

109 y " <^*rneas, Bull. . . 96a 

^"^- I „ celatus, Fr. . . 966 

** Pileus even, smooth. 

e. Vernales. Pileus fleshy, soft, fragile, 

spotted or rivulose. Stem solid. Vernal. 

Gills white or whitish. 

103. Ag. gambosus, Fr. . . 63 
Gills becoming reddish or smoky. 

104. Ag. amethystinus, Scop. . 262 

105. „ albellus, Fr. . . 229 

106. „ tigrinus, Schff. . . 64 

/. Spongiosa. Pileus compact, then spongy, 
obtuse, even, smooth, moist, not hygro- 
phanous. 

Gills not becoming discoloured. 

107. Ag. Schumacheri, Fr. . . 168 

108. „ patulus, Fr. . . 279 

10Q y " arcuatus, jBu//. . . 218a 

^^^' ^ oreinus, Fr. . . 2186 



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10 



SYSTEMATIC INOKX. 



110. Ag. albus, Schff. . . 65 

111. ,, leucocephalus, Fr. . 78 



Gills becoming discoloured. 
112. Ag, niilitaris, Fr. 



civilis, Fr 

113. „ personatus, Fr. 

114. „ nudus, Bull. 

115. ,, „ var. major 

116. „ cinerascens, 5i///. 

117. „ pan^eolus, Fr. 



169 

66 

67 

133 

170 

97 



g. Hygrophana. Pilous thin, rather nmbo- 
nate, flesh at length soft, hygrophanous. 

Gills whitish, not spotted. 

118. Ag. grammopodius, Btdl. . 98 

119 I " Melaleucas, P67's. . .119 

* 1 „ „ var. porphyro- 

leucus . 1196 

120. „ brevipes, Bull. . . 68 

121. „ humilis, Fr. . 99 263a 

122. „ „ var. blandns, B. . 2636 

123. ,, exscissus, Fr. . . 171 

124. ,, snbpulverulentus, Pe7's. . 219 

Gills becoming violet, grey, or smoky. 

125. Ag. sordidus, Fr. . . 100 
i9f> r » p^didus, Fr. . . 120a 

1 „ lixivius, Fr. . . 1206 

127. „ putidus, Fr. . . 172 

y^ Sub-Gen. 5. Clitocybe, Fr. Veil usually obsolete. Stem 
soon hollow. Gills adnate, attenuated behind, or decurrent. 

* Pileus fleshy, often becoming pallid when dry, but 
not hygrophanous. 

a. DisciFORMES. Pileus convex, then plane, or 
depressed, regular, obtuse ; gills at first 
adnate or regularly adnate-decurrent. 

Pileus cinereous or fuscous. 

128. Ag. nebularis, Fr. . . 79 

129. „ clavipes, Pers. . . 80 

„ gangrenosus, Fr. . . 

130 / " ^"'^'■"^tus, Sotv. . . 246a 

' I „ hirneolns, Fr. . . 2466 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



11 



Pileus violet or rufescent. 



131. Ag. cyanophseus, Fr. var. 


. 264 


»^ (■ „ amarns, Fr. 
^"^^^ X „ socialis, Fr. 


, 134a 


. 1346 


Pileus becoming yelloivish. 




Ag. amarella, Pers. 




-„„ i „ Ternicosus, Fr. 

\ „ yenustissimus, Fr. 


. 265a 


. 2656 


„ subalutaceus, Batsch. 


. 


Pileus greenish or becoming pallid. 




13-4. Ag. odorus, Bull. 


. 101 


135. „ Trogii, Fr. 


. 102 


-gg C „ rivulosus, Fr. 

* t „ „ var. ueptunens 


. 200a 


1 


Batsch. 


. 2006 


Pileus white, becoming shining. 




137. Ag. cerussatus, Fr. 


121 


138. ,, „ var. difformis, iScA 


122 


139. „ phyllophilus, Fr. . 


81 


1-iO y ■' pithyophilns, Fr. . 
( „ tornatus, Fr. 


103a 


1036 


141. ,, candicans, Pers. . 


82 


142. „ dealbatus, Soio. . 


104 


143. ,, ,, var. minor 


173 


144. „ gallinaceus, Scop. . 


174 



6. DiFFORMES. Pileus fleshy in the disc, bnt 
thin at the margin, at first nmbonate, 
then expanded and depressed, irregular ; 
gills unequally decurrent ; generally cces- 
pitose. 

Ag. decastes, Fr. 

145. „ aggregatus, Schff. 

146. „ elixus, Soiv. 

147. „ fumosus, Pers. 

148. ,, tumulosus, Kalch. 

„ cryptarum, Letel. 

149. „ opacus, With. 



182 
280 
175. 
105 

176 



Ikfundibuliformes. Pileus attenuated 
from a fleshy disc towards the 
margin, at length infundibuliform, or 
deeply depr.'ssed in the centre. Gills 
deeply and equally decurrent from 
the first. 

Pileus coloured or grotoing pallid^ surface 
innately Jlocculose or silky. 



12 SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



150. 


Ag. 


giganteus. Sow. . 


106 


151. 


?j 


maxinius, Fr. 


135 


152. 


?» 


iufundibuliformis, Schjf. . 


107 




" 


„ var. mem- 
branaceus, Fr. 







, 


Inxllfeformis, Fr. . 





153. 


(;; 


incilis, Fr. 


281a 


parilis, Fr. . 


281b 


Pileus colovred 


or pallid, smooth, moist in wet 




weather 


. 






154. 


Ag 


geotropus, Bull. . 


83 


155. 


1) 


„ var. subinvolu- 








tus, Sm. 


177 


156. 




&ubinvolutus, Batsch. 


108 


157. 




gilvus, Pers. 


136 


. 158. 




splendens, Pers. . 


109 


]59. 




inversus, Scop. 


84 


16u. 




flaccidus, Fr. 


123 


161. 




„ var. lobatns, Sow. 


137 


162. 




senilis, Fr., variety 


110 


FUeus shining white. 




163. 


Ag. 


catinus, Fr. 


111 


164. 


>> 


tuba, Fr. 


112 


165. 


>5 


ericetorum, Bull. . 


138 



** Pileus between fleshy and membranaceous, hygro- 
phanous. 

d. Cyathiformes. Pileus flesby, membrana- 

ceous, disc not compact, hygrophanous, 
depressed, then cup-shaped ; gills adnata, 
then decurrent. 

166. Ag. cyathiformis, Fr. . . 113 

167. ,, ,, var. expallens, i^r. 220 

168. ,, obbatus, Fr. . . 230 

169. ., pruinosus, Lasch. . 231 
,, concavus, Scop. . . 

170. „ brumalis, Fr. . . 114 

e. Orbiformes. Pileus rather fleshy, ex- 

ternally and internally moist, hygropha- 
nous. convex, then flattened or depressed, 
polished; gills plane, adnata. 

Gills becoming cinereous. 

171. Ag. metachrous, Fr. . .115 
,, pausiacus, Fr. . . 

172. „ ditopus, Fr. . .116 



r 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 13 

Gills whitish. 

173. Ag. diatretus, Fr. . . 232 

174. ,, fragrans, Sow. . . 124 

175. „ angnstissimus, Lasch. . 125 

176. ., obsoletus, Batsch. . . 233 

/. Vebsiformes. Pileus thin, convex, then de- 
formed, more or less squamulose or mealy ; 
gills adnate, broad, rather thick, very dis- 
tant, and dnsted with the white spores. 

Pileus hroicnish or dingy with darkish scales. 

177. Ag. ectvpus, Fr. . . 126 

178. ., bellus, Fr. . . 183 

Pileus hnght and self-coloured. 

179. Ag. laccatus, Fr. . . 139 

180. „ Sadleri, Berk. . . 127 

Sub-Gen. 6. Collybia, Fr. Stem cartilaginous. Pileus not 
sulcato- plicate, nor wrinkled ; margin at first involote. 
Gills free or only obtusely adnexed behind. 

* Gills white, or brightly coloured, not cinereous. 

a. Stri^pedes, Stem stiff, hollow, or with 

a spongy pith, sulcate or striate. 

Gills broad, rather distant. 

181. Ag. radicatus, Bull. . . 140 

182. „ longipes, Bidl. . . 201 

183. ,, platyphyllus, Fr. . . 128 

184. .„ semitalis, Fr. . . 292 

185. „ fusipes. Bull. . . 141 
„ „ var. oedematopus . 

Gills crowded, narrow. 

186. Ag. maculatus, A. <^- S. .142 

187. „ „ var. immaculatus . 221 

188. „ distortus, Fr. . . 282 

189. „ butyraceus. Bull. . . 143 

190. „ xylophilus, Wein. . . 202 

b. Vesti PEDES. Stem thin, equal, fistulose, 

or meduUate, even, velvety, floccose or 
pruinose. 
Gills broad, rather distant. 

191 i ^^' ^^^"%^^» ^"'''• 
* (. „ laxipes, Wein. 

192. „ mimicus, Sm. 



193 i " ^^rtirugis, C^e. 
' \ „ stipitarius, Fr. 



184a 

1846 

129 

149a 

1496 



14 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 

Gills very narrow, crowded. 

194. I ^^' ^laiiolorum, Bull. . 150a 
_' I „ conflnens, Pers. . . 150b 

195. ,, ingratus, Schum. . . 283 

196. „ coiiigenus, Pers. . . 130 
197 i " ^"■'■liatus, Schum. . . 144 i 

' 1 ,, tuberosus, Bull. . . IMa 

■ ,, racemosus, Pers. . . 

c. L^viPEDES. Stem tliin, eciual, fistulose, 
naked, smooth, not conspicuously striate. 

Gtlls broad, lax, vsually more or less dis- 
tant. 

198. Ag. collinus, Scop. . ' . 205 

199. -f " '^entricosus, Bull. . 145a 
'I „ Stevenson], B. ^ Br. . 145 b 

200. „ psatliyroides, Cke. . 266 

201. ,, xantliopus, Fr. . . 203 

202. „ nitellinus, Fr. var. . 146 

203. ( " s»ccineus, Fr. . .151a 
"l ,, nummularius, i^r. , 151 ^ 

r ,. esculentus, Wulf. . . 152a 

204. j ,, tenacellus, Pe7 5." . . 152 6 
C >» „ var. stolonifer, J. 152 c 

Gills narrow, crowded. 

205. Ag, acervatus, Fr. . . 267 

206. ,, dryopliilus, Bull. . . 204 

207. ., aquosus, Bull. . . 234 

,, extuberans, Fr. . . 

208 ( " exsculptus, Fr. . . 268a 

i „ macilentus, Fr. . . 2686 

( „ clavus, Linn. . . 147 a 

209.^ „ ocellatus, P"?'. . .14/6 

( „ muscigenus, ;S'cA?m. . 147 c 

** Gills becoming cinereous. 

d. TEPHRoPHANiE. Coloiir dingy, becoming 
cinereous. 

Gills crowded, raihernarrow. 

210. ( ^^- rancidus, Fr. . .153a 

■ I „ coracinus, F?-. . . 153^ 

„ ozes, Fr. , . 

211 .'( " inolens, i?'?-. . .154a 

'I „ plexipes, Fr. . .1546 

212.1 " atratus, i^r. . .155a 

* ( „ ambustus, Fr. . .1566 



SYSTEMATIC INDF.X. 



15 



GUIs very broad, more or less distant. 

213. Ag. laceratas, Lasch. 
„ murinus, Batsch. 

protractus, Fr. 

tesquorum, Fr. 

clnsilis, Fr. 

tylicolor, Fr. 

Sub. -Gen. 7. Mycena, Fr. Stem cartilaginous. Pileus 
generally striate, margin at first straight and appressed to 
the stem, gills not decurrent. 

a. Calodontes. Edge of the gills dark, den- 



214. j 

215. I 
Mycena, Fr 



269 

270a 

2706 
2476 
247a 



ticulate. 
216. I 



217. 



218. 



220 
221 



Ag. pelianthinus, Fr. . 
balaninns, B. 

aurautio-marg^natus, Fr. . 
elegans, Pers. 
rubro-marginatus, Fr. 
yar. fusco-purpureus, Lasch. 
rosellus, Fr. 
strobilinus, Fr. 

., var. coccineus, Sow. 

b. Adonide^. Gills entirely of one colonr. 
Pileus pure coloured, bright, not brownish 
or greyish. Growing on the ground. 
219. Ag. purus, Pers. 

pseudopurus, Cke. 

zephirus, Fr. 

adonis. Bull. 

lineatus, Bull. 

luteo-albus. Bolt. 

flavo-albus, Fr. 

lacteus, Pers. 

Stem rigid, somewhat root- 
ing, usually growing on wood, often caespi- 
tose. Gills at first white then becoming 
grey or red. 

223. Ag. proliferus, Fr. 

„ excisus, Lasch. var. 
psammicola, B. ^ Br. 
rugosus, Fr. 
sudor us, Fr. 
galericulatus, Scop. 

,, var. calopus, Fr. 
polygrammus, Bull. 
parabolicus, Fr. . 
tintinnabulum, Fr. 



1;: 

4; 



C. RiGIDIPEDES. 



224. 

225. I 

226. 
227. 

228. I 

229. j 



156a 
1566 

284a 
2846 

131a 
1316 
131c 



157 

158a 

1586 

185a 

1856 

159a 

1596 

159c 



235 

148 

186a 

1866 

206 

222 

223a 

2236 

224a 

2246 



16 SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 

d. Fragilipedes. Stem fragile. Gills be- 
coming discoloured. Usually strong 
scented, and growing singly on the 



ground. 



230 
231 



Ag. atro-albus, Bolt . . 

„ dissiliens, Fr. . . 285a 

,, plicosus, Fr. . . 285i 

,, pauperculus, B. . . 236a 

,, atrocyaneus, Batsch. . 2366 

232. „ pullatus, B. ^. G. . . 237 

233. ,, leptocephalus, Pers. . 187a 

234. „ alcalinus, Fr. . 1876, 225 
ammoniacus, Fr. . . 238a 
metatus, Fr. . . 2386 

peltatus, Fr. . . 

aetites, Fr. . . 188a 

stanneus, Fr. . . 1886 



235. 



236 
237 



1 

( „ vitreus, Fr. . . 160a 

( „ tenuis, Bolt. . . 1606 

FiLiPEDEs. Stem thread-like, flaccid, 
rooting. Gills paler at the edge and 
becoming discoloured. 

oQc^ ( Ag. Slopes, Bull. 

' ' \ „ Iris, Berk. 
,, mirabilis, C. ^ Q, 

239. „ amictus, Fi\ 
debilis, Fr. 

240. ^ „ vitilis, Fr. 
collariatas, Fr. 
speireus, Fi\ 

241. ^ „ tenellus, Fr. 
acicula, Schff. 

f. Lactipedes. Containing a milky juice, 
which is usually coloured. 

242 I ^^' l^^D^^topus, Fr. . . 162a 

' \ „ cruentus, Fr. . . 1626 

sanguinolentus, Fr. . 163a 

crocatus, Fr. . . 1636 



'■{■: 



161a 
1616 

286 

189a 

1896 

189c 

190a 

1906 

190c 



94^0 r )) sanguinolentus, Fr. . 163a 

94.4. f " chelidonius, F?'. . . 207a 

^ ' \ „ galopus, Fr. . . 2076 

g. Glutinipedes. Stem viscid. 

94 R CAg. epipterygius, Fr. . . 208a 

^^'^' X „ clavicularis, Fr. . . 2086 

246 / " pelliculosus, Fr. . . 191a 

Cm vulgaris, Pers. . .1916 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX, 17 

SAg. citrinellas, Pers. . . 248a 

,, plicato-crenatus, Fr. . 248b 

., roridus, Fr. . . 248c 

h. Basipedes. Stem dry, attached by a dis- 
coid or bulbous base. 

f Ag. stylobates, Pers. . . 249a 

248. I ,, tenerrirans, B. . . 249J 
I „ sacchariferus v. electicus, 

Buck. . . 249c 

sacchariferus, B. 4' Br. . 192a 

249. \ ,, discopns. Lev. . . 192J 
pterigenus, Fr. . . 192c 

Insititix. Small, abrupt at the base, gills 
adnate. 

. 164a 

. 1646 

. 193a 

. 1936 

. 193c 



'\l 



gK^ ("Ag. corticola, Schum. 
^^^'l „ hiemalis,056. 

f,, setosus, Sow. 
„ capillaris, Schum 
„ juncicola, Fr. 

Svb.-Gen. 8. Omphalia, Fr. Stem cartilaginous, gills 
truly decurrent. Pileus somewhat membranaceous. 

A. CoLLTBiARii. Pileus from the first dilated, 
margin turned in. 

a. Hydrograsimi. Gills nan'ow, very croicded. 

252. Ag. hydrogrammus, Fr. . 239 

,, nmbilicatns, Schff. . 

g-o r „ maurus, Fr. . . 287a 

' I ,, ofi"uciatus, Fr. . . 287b 

b. P^-xiDATi. Gills slightly distant, narrow. 



— Ag. chrysophyllus, Fr. 



Postii, Fr. 
pyxidatus. Bull 
leucophyllus, Fr. . 
strifepilens, Fr. 
telmatiaeus, B. ^ Cke. 
sphagnicola, Berk. 
philonotis, Lasch. . 
oniscus, Fr. 
coespitosus, Bolt. . 
glaucophyllus, Lasch. 
rusticus, Fr. 

c. Umbelliferi. Gills very distant, broad, 
triangular, usually thick. 

'Ag. demissus, Fr. . . 250a 

259. ^ „ hepaticus, Batsch. . . 2506 

muralis, Sow. . . 250c 



254 


3 J' 


255 

256 




257 




258 


■{I 




jj 



19^a 

1946 

288a 

2886 

240 

289a 

2896 

209a 

2096 



18 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



260. Ag. umbelliferus, Linn. . 271 
„ infumatns, B. ^ Br. . 

f ,, buccinalis, Sow. . . 272a 

261. -j „ retostus, Fr. . . 272b 
i „ abhorrens, B. ^ Br. . 272c 
C ,, pseudo-androsaceus, Bull. 241a 

262. } „ gi-iseo-pallidus, Fr. . 2416 
(. ,, stellatus, Fr. . . 241c 

B. Mycenarii. Pileus at the first campanulute, 
margin straight, appressed to the stem. 

d. Campanell^. Gills not like folds, broad, 
xmequal. 

Ag. campanella, Batsch. . 273a 

pictus, F/-. . . 273^> 

camptophyllus, B. . 210a 

griseiis, i^r. . .2106 

umbratilis, Fr. . . . 274a 

fihuU, Bull. . . 2746 

,, var. Swartzii. . 274c 

directus, B. ^ Br. . .251a 

Bellia?, Johnst. . .2516 

gracillimiis, Weinm. . 252a 

bullula, Brig. . . 2526 

Gills fold-like, narrow. 

267c. Ag. integrellus, Fers. . . 252c 

Sub.-Gen. 9. Pleurotus, Fr. Stem excentric, lateral, 
sometimes absent. 

A. ExcENTRici. Pileus entire, laterally extended, 

excentric, not truly lateral ; growing on 
wood. 

Veil annulate. 

268. Ag. corticatus, Fr. . . 290 

269. „ dryinus, Pers. . . 226 

270. „ spongiosus, Fr. . . 253 

Veil none, gills sinuate, or obtusely adnate. 

271. Ag. ulmarius, Bull. . . 227 

272. „ tessulatus, Bull. . . 254 

273. „ subpalmatus, Fr. . . 255 

274. „ craspedius, Fr. . . 256 
t^-e ( „ fimbriatus, Bolt. . . 178a 
"^'^•l ,, Kutha), B. ^ Br. . . 1786 
2„g r „ ligiiatilis, Fr. . . 257a 

' (_ „ circinatus, Fr. . . 2576 



263. 


{; 


264 


{:; 


265 


5" 




L„ 


266. 


(:; 


267. 


{;; 


e. Integrelli. 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX. 



19 



Veil none, gills very decurrent, stem distinct, 
almost vertical. 



277. Ag. pantoleucus, Fr. . 179, 


27oa 


278. „ mutilas, Fr. 


2756 


Veil none, gills very decurrent, Pileus lateral, 




sessile, or extended behind into a stem-like 




short oblique base. 




279. Ag. ostreatus, Jacq. 


195 


280. „ var. euosmus, B. 


196 


281. ,, revolutus, Kickx. . 


180 


282. „ salignus, Pers. 


228 


283. ,, acerinus, Fr. 


291 



£. DiMiDiATi. Pileus lateral, immargiaate behind, 
not at first resupinate. 

•28-1 ^-^S' petaloides, Bull. 



I 



285. 
286 



serotinus, Schr 
pulmonarias, Fr. 
mitis, Pers. 
gadinoides, Sm. 
limpidus, Fr. 
reniformis, Fr. 
lauro-cerasi B. 4" Br. 
tremulus, Schff. 
acerosus, Fr. 

C Resupinati. Pileus resupinate from the first, 
then reflexed. 






258a 
2586 

211 
276a 
2766 
276c 
■242a 
2426 
242c 



Pileus fleshy, of uniform substance. 
ggg /Ag. porrigens, Pers 



TAg 



septicus, Fr. 

Pileus fleshy, striate, upper stratum 
tinous, or with a viscid pellicle. 

CAg. mastrucatus, Fr. 



259a 
2596 



gela- 



289. 
290. 



1 



291, 



atrocceruleus, Fr. . 
Leightoni, B. ^ Br. 
algidus, Fr. 
fluxilis, Fr. 
cyphellaeformis, B. 
applicatus, Batsch. 

Pileus membranaceous, by no means viscid. 
fAg. Hobsoni, B. 
292 < " striatulus, i^r. 
1 'J hypnophilus, -B. 
C „ chioneus, Pers. 



{;: 



243a 
2436 
260a 
2606 
244a 
2446 
244c 



212a 
2126 
212c 
212d 



20 



CORRIGENDA. 



Plate 27. 

„ 33. 

„ 49. 

„ 60. 

„ 84. 

„ 138. 

„ 264. 



Agaxicus (Iiepiota) hispidus, Lasch-, is very doubt- 
ful, perhaps a form of Ag. clypeolai'ius, Bull. 

Agaricus (Axmillaria) xobustus, ^. 4' S., instead of 

Agaricus aurantius, Schfif. 
Agaricus (Txicholoina) murinaceus, Bull. The 

gills should have been cinereous. 
Agaricus (Tzicholoxna) vaccinus, Pers., instead of 

Agaricus irnhricatus, Fr. 
Agaxicus (Clitocybe) invexsus, 8co'p., instead of 

Agaricus Jlaccidus, Fr. 
Agaxicus (Clitocybe) exicetoxum, Bull., not a 

Collyhia. 
Agaxicus (Clitocybe) cyanophaeus, Fries., not a 

Collybia. 



The above arrangement of plates is recommended as instructions 
to the binder for the two volumes. The order of publication would 
give no assistance in the affinity of species. The printed numbers 
on the plates are given on the right hand side of the Index, 
whereas the numbers on the left represent the order adopted in the 
Index. These might with but little trouble be added to the plates 
in manuscript, and facilitate reference. If the Index is bound 
with the preface, at the commencement of Vol. I., this may con- 
tain Plates 1 to 144, and the residue in Vol. II. will form two 
nearly equal volumes. 



PL. 1. 





AGARICUS (AMANITA) VIROSUS. FR. 
11 woi^ds, Biingai/. Aug. i86£. 




AGARICUS ( AMANITA t PHALLOIDES. FR. 
in woods. Autumn. 



--f:f,i-: - i:-.^r>c*': 



] 





^ 



s^ 



:r 



AGARICUS (AMANITA) VERNUS. BULL. 
in uoods. Highbeech. Oct. l88o. 



I 
I 



PL. 4. 




AGARICUS (AMANITI) MAPPA. BATSCH. 
in woods &c. Downton. Sept. 1874. 



PL. 117. 




AGARICUS (AMANITA.) MUSCARIUS. Fries. 
In woods. Breinton Sept. 1876. 



PL. 6. 




A3ARiCUS (AMANITA) PANTHERINUS. FR. 
Haywood Forest, and Highgate.i86l, 



PL. 7. 




AGARICUS (AMANITA) EXCELSUS. FR. 
IK woods, under Beech, Epjiing, 



PL. 8. 




AGARICUS (AMANITA^ STROBILIFORMIS. FR. 
on lawn. Strefton, Sept. iSjl. 



i 



;\v 




AGARICUS lAMA'yUA/ STROBiLIFOKM!b irrei. 

on the ground. near King's Lgnn. 



i 






i 



n 



PL. 9. 




/ 






^.QC 



AQARICUS (AMANITA) RU8ESCENS. FR. 
%mder treet. Autumn. 



.iasB«??i*r^ 



i^ 








AQARICUS (AMANITA.) SPISSUS. Fr. 
Comie Place, Lewes. 



PL. 70. 





y 



-jiiJiJL. 



y 



X 



V 




AGARICUS (AUANiTA.) NITIDUS. Fries, 
on the ground. 




m 

4 



UK 




s 








Jfc^ 



AGARICUS fAMAMlTA) ASPER. FR. 
under trees. Highgatc. Oct. i86j. 



I 




AGARiCUS (AUAMITA.) MAQNIFICUS. Pries 
undfi heech trees. HighgaVe Oct, 1863. 




AQARICUS fAMANITAj MEGALODACTYLUS. B. 
in woods. near Stamford 



PL. 12. 





AGARICUS (AMAHITA} VAQINATUS. FR. 
in icoods. Autumn. 




AGARiCUS rAMAHITA) STRANGULATUS. FR 



PL. 35. 



i> 







a^ 



<*> 




AQAR1CUS (AMANITA.) ADNATUS. SttWtT^ 
in woods. Somerset. 



/ 



PL. 21. 



? 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) PROCERUS. Scop, 
in grassy places. 



PL. 22. 



rma^f€;. 



m-w. 













H.^,. i.. ^•ss? 



W"^ 4^ ^> ^ 



C 



""^Uh. 








4: 



"Ale C 



AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) RHACODES Vltt. 
in Uastures. S'c. 



PL. 23. 










T 



4 





:c.c 




AGARICUS fLEPIOTA.) EXCORIATUS. Sc/i/. 




Zl 



PL. 28. 




CC 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) GRACILENTUS. Kronib. 
in uxytd'S. — tendenr bttch trees Sfc. 



PL. 24 




i 



AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.i MASTOIOEUS. Frits. 



PL. 14. 




7 







AGARICUS (LEPIOTA) ACUTESOUAMOSUS. FR. 
1)1 gardem. Highgate. tS6z. 



;e5- 



PL. 25. 




-^I^K^' 



AQARICUS (LEPIOTA.) BADMAMl. B. and Br. 
iindert yew trees ^c. 



z^ 



PL. 26. 



-vr? 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) MELEAGRIS. Sow. 
in greenhouses &c. KtTig's Lynn. 



PL. 3' 




x.c.c 



AGARiCUS (LEPIOTA.) BIORNATUS. B, & Br. 
in hot-heds and stoves. 



PL. 27. 



>H.Q.B 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) HISPIDUS. Lasch. 
in woods. Dinedor Camp. 



i. . (X^ W-*^*^'^^ 



a/NA.<«v* 






rc. 



A^J 



PL. 38. 






■^t'T'^^V 






t 





AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) CLYPEOLARIUS. Bull, 
in woods. 




^ r 







i 

r 



f- 



AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.i METUUeSPORUS. B, & Br. 
tn shady places. 



^ ' / 



PL, 29. 







4i 










/ 



\ 





AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) CRISTATUS. Fr%es. 
on laiims. 



_SH«*^^^B«IHgSP3«^ 



PL.40. 



l^ 



hk 



>-v^. 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) ERMiNEUS. Fries, 
in grassy places. 



PL. 36. 



r 



C'-^-'^^i:, 



m^ti<y:. 












AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) VlTTADiNl. .^for. 



PL 41 



^^ 





AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.J HOLOSERICEUS. Fnes. 
in gardens, and cultivated places. 



PL. 15. 



h- 




AGARICUS^/>/On^NAUCINUS. FR 
in eucumJfer frame. Oct. 1874 



PL. 5, 




AQARICUS (LEPIOTA) CEP.'CSTIPES. Sovf. 
in greenhotises. 



PL 42. 



V 





rf«^' 





^■C.C. 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) CARCHARIAS ¥ers. 
amongst fir Utaxs. 



5S 



PL. 4.3. 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) CINNABARINUS. A, & S. 
in pine woods. Scotland. 



PL. 18. 




AGARiCUS (LEPIOTA) GRANULOSUS. BaUch-. 
amongst grass. 



I 



PL. 213 




M.C.C. 



AGARICUS (LEPIOTA^ AMIANTHINUS Scop. 
tn woods. 



PL. 30. 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) POLYSTICTUS. Fr 
Amongst grass. 



^^ 



PL. 85. 




m 



AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) SISTRATUS. Fries 
m Garde^u. 





u 





-B 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) MESOMORPHUS. Bull, 
in woods. New Forest. 



PL. 19, 




a. AGARICUS (LEPIOTA) SEMINUDVS. Lasch . 

b. AQARICUS (LEPIOTA) BUCKNELLI, Scr*. 

near Bfistol. 



4^4 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) MEDULLATUS. Fries, 
in pine woods. Glamis. N.B. 



PL. lis. / 




glutinous 



AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) DELICATUS. Friei. 
about old trees. 



PL. 17. 



kL 




AGARICUS (LEPIUTA) LENTICULARIS. LASCH. 
in woods. Coed Coch. Oct. 1880. 




AGARICUS (LEPIOTA.) GEORG1N-€. Smith. 
In cool fernery. Messrs, FeitcVs nursery iSjO, 



PL. 20, 




b 



AGARICUS (ARMILLARIA) BULBIQER. Fr 
Dinedor Camp. 



PL. 2*5. 




AGARICUS (ARUILLAMAj FOCAUIS Fr. Minor 
Blackheath, ChiluoortK, Sumy, Oct. 4. 1882. 




AGARICUS (AHMIIUDIA.. FOCALIS. va^-. GOUATH. Frvn. 
vr» xooods. 



PL 33. 




AGARICUS (ARMILLARIA^ AURANTIUS Fr 
m pine woods, iicoi.land. 



li . a^nnA/3 wj. f^^ 



PL. 86. 




AQARICUS (ARUIUARIA.) ROBUSTUS. car MINOR. Fr. 
in looods. Lyndhursl. 



PL. 7\. 



W?^!!'9^!l'^^?f?^?P^- 











1* 



TVl.C.C 




AGARICUS (ARMILLARIA.) RAMENTACEUS Rull. 
under trers. Hampslead, Sept. ii<62. 



PL. 45. 




AGARICUS (AffMIUARIA.) H/€MATITES. B. S" Br. 
amongst fir leaves. Glamis. 



s 





'<k^ \ 




vM.C C 



AQARICUS (AMtLLARlA.i CONSTRICTUS. Frus. 
in grassy places. 



PL. 32. 




AGARICUS (ARMIUARIA.) MELUEUS. Fl. Dan. 
around stumps &e. 



6' 



PL. 47. 



7 




AGARICUS (ARMILLARIA.) SUBCAVUS. Schum. 
in fir moods. 



PL. M. 



61 




AGARlCuS rASMtLLAaiA) MUCtOUS. FR. 
OS JBeeeh trunks. Oct. tSy* 






.^- 




AGARICUS iT/HCHOLO¥A.) EQUESTRIS. Li 
'/I ptne woods. 



PL. 53. 







WVs. 



J 



-tfi^ 



fe^ :; i 



r -^. 



^N'.QS. 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) SEJUNCTUS. Sou. CXAVrf^KX^s^^vidL 

in miied wocfU. 



KA 



\\\ W'\ 



PL. 54. 





H- 





AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) PORTENTOSUS. Fritt. 
in icfxjds. Dinmore. 



L 








^ 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOUA.) FUCATUS. Frui 
in pine woods. 




L 





.^r <?- Q 



AGARICUS (THICHOLuMA.j QU;NQUEPARTITUS. Fries, 
amongst fine leaves. 



PL. 55 



64 







• H-G.8 VWjQ.s 



'Vf?- 




AQARICUS (TfUCHOLOMA) RESPLENOENS. fries. 
in woods. under hax^l t^c. 



PL. 87. 



v:? J 





■ ^ -'- 




J! 



AGARICUS (TRIGHOLOMA.) SPERMATICUS- Fr. 
in woods. 




PL. 75. 



L 




// 




AQARICUS (TRICHOLOItA.t COLOSSUS. Fries, 
under Scotch firs. 



PL. 7«. 




AGARICUS (TMfCHOLOMA.) ACERBUS. Fries. 
m shady woods. 



ptn . N](*A^ ^tf 



. i 



.--'*< l???**^ 




PL 



(>\ 



■^^^ 





AGARICUS iTMCHQLOMA.) NICTITANS. Frxti. 
in woods. Holm Lacey 1868. 



PL. 57 





I 



Wx^S 




AQARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.} FULVELLUS. Fr. 
in iccods. Epfing Forest. 



i 



PL. 58 




H.C^B 



i 



AGARICUS (TfilCHOLOMA.) FLAVO-BRUNNEUS. Fries. 
in v^oods. under beech 6?c. 



PL. 197. 




AQARICUS (TRICHOLOHA.) ALBO-BRUNMEUS. FritH. 
Epping Forest, 



PL. 88. 




j\[.C.C. 



AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.} USTALtS- Fr. 
in vcoods' Lou^hton i88i. 



Pl~ 198. 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOUA.) STANS. Pries, 
an the ground. fVycliffe ffiod. Oct. 1882. 



PL. 89. 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMAt RUTILANS. Schceff. 
about stumps. Dinedor iSSl. 



PL. 214. 




AGAR\C\JS (r/ilCHOLOMA.) LURIDUS Schff. 
under fan, and m mixed woods. 








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AQARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) GUTTATUS. Schaff. 
margin of woods. Dovcnton l8y8. 



PL. 48. 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) COLUMBETTA. Fries, 
in woods and shady places. Hereford. 




AGARICUS (miCHOLOMA.) SCALPTURATUS. Fries, 
on the grvund. Bridge IVoods. Oct. j866. 



PL. 199. 




/^ 



AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMAj IMBRICATU8. Fries. 
tn pine woods. Glamis. S0pt. 1882. 



PL. e: 




iq.B 




AGARICUS (rUlCHOLOMA.) IMBRICATUS. Frus. 
in jir woods. 







AGARICUS (tRICHOLOMA.) IMMUNOUS. Berk 
amongst short grass. 



,?9 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) MURINACEUS. Bull, 
in woods. Dinmore, Oct. l8jl. 



\A VaX/^ i» y v-ii v%-^^^ 



CA/i''i-tA-€/irvv-« 



I Crv^*-| j 



95 



PL. 50. 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) TERREUS. Schaff. 
amongst grass. Common, 



PL. 165. 





m 

V 



n 





M.J.B. 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) TERREUS. Schaff. 

var. B.-ARGYRACEUS BuU. 

in mossy pine woods. 



p^ 




•A^#iM«UiiitU>>i»^'' 




AQARICUS (TRICHOLOUA.) ATRO-SQUAMOSUS. Chev. 
in grassy places. Dorking. Nov. i88o. 



PL. 90. 



H 





AQARICUS (IRICHOLOMA.) ORI-RUBENS. Qiielet. 
on the ground. Near Hereford Oct. t88l. 



PL. 278 '•^ 








AGARICUS (tRICHOLOMA) MACRORHIZUS Losch. 
on the ffround. Kinps Ljfn*. 




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AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) SAPONACEUS. Fr. 
in woody places. Pleasure grounds, Kevo. 



i 



PL- 216. 




1 



AGARICUS (TBfCHOLOUA.) SAPONACEUS. Fries, var. STIP1TE SQUAMULOSO 

tn woods. Rannoch. Sept. 1882. 



PL. 166. 





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M.CC. 





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AGARICUS naiCHOLOMAj CARTILAGINEUS. Bull. 
«n grassy places. 



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■ Q.B. 



A- AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) ATRO-CINEREUS. Pers. 

on the ground. Shmcshury. 

B- AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) CUNEIFOLIUS. Fries. 

in grassy places. 



PL 261 




7'^ 



AGAR\CUSfT/tlCH0L0¥A)CUHE.iFOUVS F^-xti. 
vor CI NEREO-RIMOSU3 Batsch. 
amongst short grass, Keic GardenSj Oct., t88a. 





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AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) CRASSIFOUUS. Berk, 
in pine woods. 



PL. 93. 




AQARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) TUMIDUS. Pin. 
in moist pine woods. Coed Cock, 



PL. 167. 



9 




4\< 




■HI 





intensely bilter. 



AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMAj VIRGATUS Fries. 
solitary, in woods. Tonrres. 



PL. 62. 




9 



AQARICVS (tHICHOLOMA.) SULPHUREUS. Bull 
in tcoodi, Haywood Forest. 






'^ 



M.C.C. 




odour not -unpleasant. 



AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) BUFONIUS. Pers. 
»n pine woods. 



PL. 94. 



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AQARICUS (TRICHQLOmA.) LASCIVUS. Pr. 
wi woods — slender form. 



PL. 217. 




r, 



AQARICUS (TRICHOLQMA.) LASCIVUS. Pries. Fariety ROBUSTUS 
in. pastures. Cromer. May 1882. 



PL. 77. 



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^/'::erixyl 



AGARICUS /TiHCHOLGMA.}\HA»A/£hiUS. Frifs. 



PL. 95. 




AQARICUS (TBICHOLOHA.) (ONIDES. Fr. 
in moist woods. 





AGARiCUS (TRICHOLOMA.) CERINUS. Pert. 
in pine wood*. Black Park. 



n 



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P1-. 96. 




a. AQARICUS (TRICHOLOUA) CARNEUS. Pi. 
'imnngsi grass. Havtpsttad he.it.' 

b. AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.l CCELATUS. Fr. 

cmoTigU moss and grass. New Forest. 



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PL. 63. 



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AGARICUS (tRICHOLOMA.) GAMBOSUS. Fries, 
in pastures. April— May. 




AQARtCV>3 fTKICHOlOMA) AMETHySTINUS. Scop, 
in ini'Od^. Glatnis iSj^, 



PL.229. 



/6l 




AQARtCUS (TfUCHOLOMA.) ALBELLUS. Fries, 
in woods. April— May. 




PL. 64. 




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A6ARICUS (TRICHOLOUA.) TIQRINUS. Sehaeff. 
in fir woods. 



PL. 168. 



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AGARfCUSCTRICHOLOMAJ SCHUMACHERI Fries, 
amongst beech leaves. Highgaee. 




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AGARICUS CTRICHOLOMAJ PATULUS Fries. 
On the ground in woodf. Reigate, Surrey, Oct. 1870. 



PL. 21£ 




AGARICUS fTRICHOLOMA.J OREINUS Fnes. 
on heaths, and open places. 



PL. 65. 




W-.G.S 



AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) ALBUS. Fries, 
in tcoods. fVhitfUld. 






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AGARICUS fT/tJCHOlOUA.) LEUCOCEPHALUS. Friti. 
in iroods anio'i^st Uairs. 




AGARICU8 fTKlCHOLOMAj MILITARIS. Lasch. 
m woody places. Glamis 1874. 



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PL 66. 




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M.c.e. 






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AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA) FERSONATUS. Fries, 
in pastures. 



PL.67. 






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AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) NUDUS. Bull. 
tn p'anfations (ffc. Dorkins 



ill 



J 







PL. 188. 



cc. 




AGARICUS (T/nCHOLOMA.) NUDUS. Fries. 

var. MAJOR. 

Amongst dead Uaves. Kew Gardens. Nov. t88i. 



PL. 170. 




AGARICUS fTRICHOLOMA.) CINERASCENS Fries, 
on the ground. Coombe (floods J863. 



PL. 97 




AGARICUS (TftlCHOLOMA.) PAN>COLUS. Fr, 
is gratsy place*. King's Lynn l88l. 



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PL. 98. 




AGARICUS aftlCHOLOMA.J GRAMMOPODIUS. Fr. 
on the gr'jund. Arhtrttumf Keu>. 



PL. 119. 




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AGARICUS (TRICHOLOMA.) MELALEUCUS. Pries. 
A. Typical form. B. rar PORPHYROLEUCUS. Bull. 



PL. 66. 



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W.6 5 




AGARiCUS ORICHOLQMA.) BREViPES. Bidl. 
in plantations. 



PL. 99. 



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AGARICUS (TniCHOUMA.) HUMILIS. Fr. 
on nutist ground. Moccas Park. 



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AGARICUS {THICHOLOMA) HUMiLIS. Friti. 
A. Rohut form, Kew. B- var blanous. BfrA:. 



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PL. 171. 




AGARICUS iTRIGHOLOMA.) EXSCISSUS. Fnei. 
in pastures. Crvmer. May 1882, 



PL. 219. 



/^4 




AGARICUS fTRICHOLOMA.) SUBPULVERULENTUS. Fries, 
in fields Sff gardens. Xew Gardens 1882. 



PL. 1C 




AGARICUS (T/IICHOLOMA.) SORDIDUS. Fr. 
a* old dumghiU. Stoke Edith Oct. t88i 






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•JIW*.*. 



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PL. 120. 







AQARICUS (TRICHOLOHA.) P>EDIDUS. Fries, 
tn fields. 





AQARICUS (TttlCHOLOMA.) LIXIVIUS. Pries. 

in pine woods. 



PL. 172. 




AGARICUS (TRICHOLOUA.) PUTIDUS. Fries, 
in Jir woods. Coed Coch. 




AQARICUS (OUTOCYBE.) NEBULARIS Batsch. 
amangit leaves. Dinedor Camp. Oct. 1SJ5. 






AGARICUS (cUTOCrBE.) CLAVIPES. Fr. 
in uyoods Dorking. Nov. 1880. 



PL. 246. ' " 





Soxverby. 






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AQARICUS .CUTOCYBE) lHORNA^rvS Sow. 
iinijngu grass. /''■■•'' '- v .,.../., 




AGARICUS fCLITOCYBEl HIRNEOLUS Fries, 
amongst moss, Coed Coch, Oct. iSjg. 



PU264. 



/3> 




AQARJCUS fCOHrBtd) CYANOPH>euS Frus. 
var PENQELLEYI Ptntanct. 






PL. 134. 



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M.C.C 



A. 




ma. 



A.-AGARICUS (CUTOCYBE.) AMARUS. Frits, 
in woody places. near Hereford. 

B.-AGARICUS (CUTOCrSE.} SOCIALIS. Fries, 
amongst Fir Uaves. Dinmore. Sept. 1876. 



PU26S. 




M.C.C. 



AGARICUS (CLITOCYBEj VENUSTISSIMUS Fnes. 
amongst Larch leaves. Penicuik N.B. 



^.--m^l^^^^^t^ 



PL. 101. 




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AQARICUS {CUTOCVBB.t ODORUS. Bull, 
in woods and shady places. fVeybndge. 



I 



PL. 102. 




:^:2h^:^^ 



7A.Z.(t. 



very /ragr^a/tC' 



AOARiCUS (CUTOCYBE ) TROGII. Fr 
in woods Colujyn i88o. 



mild 




\ V^ 





4 # 



4^ 



AGARICUS (CLlTOCYBt) RIVULOSUS. Fries, 
amunssi grass and 7noss, Coed Co.n, 




M.C.C. 




AQ ARICVS (CLlTOCrB£.) RIVULOSUS. var. NEPTUNEUS. Batsch. 
amongst grass. LUmdulas. 



PL. 121. 



n 




AGARICUS fCUTOCYBE.) CERUSSATUS. Fries. 
Amongst dead leaves. Dinedor, Oct. i8j2. 



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WJ.B 



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AGARICUS (CUTOCYBE.) CERUSSATUS. Fries, 
var. DIFFORMIS Scfuim. 



PL. 81. 






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AGARICUS (CUTOCYBE.) PHYLLOPHILUS. Friex. 
amongst dead leaves. Dorking. Nov. i88o. 



PL. 103. 



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Odcui li/et^i^y,c 



AQARICUS tCl TOCYBf.t PITHYOPHILUS. Fries, 
m fir woods. 



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"I 




AQARICUS (CUTOCtBE.) TORNATUS. Fries, 
in woods. Berkshire. 



PL. 82 





V 



-^.c.c. 



.^CLTc ncLce occS 



AQARICUS (CUJ0C1BE4 CANDICANS. Ptrs. 
in moist places, amongst leaves fi^c. 



PL. 1C4. 



I^i 




AGARICUS (CUTOCrBe.) OEALBATUS. Pers. 
tR grassif pUieei C£fc. Hampstead. 



PL 173 

opatpu. 





C^ 

^ 



A 







:A~^ 







M.C.C. 



odour mealy. 



AQARICUS (CUTOCYBE.) DEALBATUS. Fries. 

var. MINOR, 

amongst dead Leaves. Dmedar i88i. 



PL. 174. 



fifl 



taste acnd. 



M.C.C. 




odour strong 



AGARICUS /'C/./rOCKfi£; GALLINACEUS. Fries, 
amongst ynoss. fFeybridge. 



PL, 



182 /tT- 




AGARICUS (CUTOCYBE.) AGGREGATUS. Schceff. 
on sawdust. Coed Coch. July 1882. 




AGARICUS (CUTOCYBEJ ELIXUS. Sotc 

On the ground. Bagley Wood, Oxford. 1865. 



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PL 



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AGARICUS (CLITOCYBE.) FUMOSUS. Fries, 
in tuoods. 



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