Fungi

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Berkeley, M.J.; Curtis, M.A. (1860), Characters of new fungi, collected in the North Pacific Exploring Expedition by Charles Wright. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 4 (Paper) Berkeley, M.J.; Curtis, M.A. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Agaricus chlorophos Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  2. Agaricus lividulus Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  3. Agaricus supersp. prometheus Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  4. Agaricus uber Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  5. Campsotrichum circinatum Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  6. Craterellus aureus Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  7. Dothidea tenuis Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  8. Geastrum biplicatum Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  9. Hexagonia thwaitesii Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  10. Peziza lepida Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  11. Polyporus linteus Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  12. Polyporus pocula (Schwein.) Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  13. Xerotus fuliginosus Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  14. dichrous Berk. & M.A.Curtis
  15. purpurascens Berk. & M.A.Curtis

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