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Published by University of Tennessee Press in Knoxville .
Written in English



  • North America.


  • Hygrophorus.,
  • Fungi -- North America.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

Statement[by] L.R. Hesler [and] Alexander H. Smith.
ContributionsSmith, Alexander Hanchett, 1904- joint author.
LC ClassificationsQK629.H86 H4
The Physical Object
Pagination416 p.
Number of Pages416
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5858102M
LC Control Number62020535

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The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Book Title. North American species of Hygrophorus. By. Hesler, L. R. Smith, Alexander H. (Alexander Hanchett), Cited by: North American Species of Hygrophorus Hardcover – January 1, by L. R. Hesler (Author), Alexander H. Smith (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from 5/5(1). Hygrophorus bakerensis, commonly known as the Mt. Baker waxy cap, the brown almond waxy cap or the tawny almond waxy cap, is a species of fungus in the family is characterized by its medium to large, relatively slender-statured fruit bodies with an almond odor, and growth often on or near rotting conifer wood. The slimy cap is brown in the center and cream to white near its Family: Hygrophoraceae. North American Species of Hygrophorus. Knoxville: U Tennessee P. pp. This book is available online here, at the University of Michigan. Kauffman, C.H. (). The gilled mushrooms (Agaricaceae) of Michigan and the Great Lakes region, Volumes I and II. New York: Dover. pp. ( Reprint.) Kovalenko, A. (). Hygrophorus Fr.

Hygrophorus is a genus of agarics (gilled mushrooms) in the family "woodwaxes" in the UK or "waxy caps" (together with Hygrocybe species) in North America, basidiocarps (fruit bodies) are typically fleshy, often with slimy caps and lamellae that are broadly attached to species are ground-dwelling and ectomycorrhizal (forming an association with living trees Class: Agaricomycetes. Waxcap Mushrooms of Eastern North America Yes, another Bessette book—this time on the waxcaps or members of the genus Hygrophorus in the broad sense. This one will appear immediately familiar to those of you who have used the Bessettes’ other focused guides on boletes and the genus Lactarius—North American Boletes (with Bill Roody) and /5(2). Hygrophorus tephroleucus var. aureofloccosus A.H. Sm. & Hesler, Lloydia 2 (1): 26 () [MB#] Summary: Studies in North American species of Hygrophorus - I. Lloydia. 2(1) Hygrophorus agathosmus Fr., determined by A. H. Smith; Elevation obtained from A. H. Smith Field Book; outside collection box label and Smith & Hesler's "North American Species of Hygrophorus" monograph incorrectly list the collection state as WA.

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Featured Full text of "North American species of Hygrophorus" See other formats. Hygrophorus paupertinus & Hesler, determined by A. H. Smith / On soil under Sequoia sempervirens As no. , this collection was cited in North American Species of Hygrophorus, but its actual collection number may be In his collection book, A.H. Smith records as a Hygrophorus collected in Orick, California on 7 Dec In the same book, he records no. as a Pholiota. Smith, Alexander H. (Alexander Hanchett) The mushroom hunter's field guide by Alexander H Smith (Book) 52 editions published North American species of Hygrophorus by L. R Hesler (Book) 10 editions published. Book Review Waxcap Mushrooms of Eastern North America. By Alan E. Bessette, William C. Roody, Walter E. Sturgeon, and Arleen R. Bessett / ISBN / pp. Syracuse University Press $ (cloth) Yes, another Bessette book—this time on the waxcaps or members of the genus Hygrophorus in the broad sense. This one will appear immediately familiar to those of you who have.