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1. Geological and Natural History Survey of North Carolina. Part III. Botany. Containing a catalogue of the indigenous and naturalized plants of the State. By Rev. M. A. Curtis, D.D., etc. Raleigh, 1867. (Out of print.)
3. About Mushrooms. A Guide to the Study of Esculent and Poisonous Fungi. A collection of various articles upon the subject. By Julius a. Palmer. Lee & Shepard, Boston, 1894.
4. Boleti of the United States. A catalogue containing full descriptions of one hundred and eight species. (No illustrations.) By Professor Charles H. Peck, State Botanist, State Hall, Albany, N. Y. Annual Report of the State Botanist issued by the Board of Regents, Albany University.
Professor Peck has also published a series of papers on "Edible Mushrooms "in The Country Gentleman, of Albany, N. Y. A new work from him on this subject is in preparation.
5. Pacific Coast Fungi. By Dr. H. W. Harkness and Justin P. Moore. 1880. A catalogue.
6. The Deadly and Minor Poisons of Mushrooms. By Charles Mcllvaine. Reprint from the Therapeutic Gazette. George S. Davis, Detroit, Mich. Quoted in present volume. Captain Mcllvaine is also the author of several popular articles on the subject of esculent mushrooms which have appeared in various journals and magazines.
7. Fungi Caroliniani Exsiccati. Five Fasciculi, one hundred specimens in each. By H. W. Ravenel, of Aiken, S. c. John Russell, Charleston.
8. Bulletins of United States Department of Agriculture, Wash-iugton, D. C By Thomas M. Taylor, Chief of the Division of Microscopy. Washington, D. C, 1893-94. Five issues, with many colored plates of various specimens, both edible and poisonous; also full directions for cultivation of the common mushroom.
9. Notes for Mushroom Eaters. By W. G. Farlow. Pamphlet. Illustrated. Garden & Forest Publishing Co., New York.
10. Illustrations of British Mycology. (Hand-painted.) By Mrs. T. J. Hussey. Reeve Brothers, London, 1847. An admirable work, the pioneer treatise in Great Britain; rare; reference copies only in prominent libraries.
11. Esculent Funguses of England. By Rev. Dr. c. D. Badham. With twenty colored plates. 8vo. L. Reeve & Co., London. 1870.
12. A Plain and Easy Account of the British Fungi; with Descriptions of the Esculent and Poisonous Species, Details of the Principles of Scientific Classification, and a Tabular Arrangement of Orders and Genera. By M. c. Cooke, M.A., LL.D. With twenty-four colored plates. R. Hardwick, Piccadilly, London, 1871. An excellent, inexpensive, and popular hand-book.
13. Outlines of British Fungology. Containing Characters of above a Thousand Species of Fungi, and a Complete List of all that have been described as Natives of the British Isles. By Rev. M. J. Berkeley, M.A., F.L.S. Lovell Reeve, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, 1860. Beautifully illustrated with twenty-four lithographic hand-colored plates by W. Fitch, each plate presenting several species, and including a number of the esculent.
14. Mushrooms and Toadstools: How to Distinguish Easily the Differences between Edible and Poisonous Fungi. With two large sheets containing figures of twenty-nine edible and thirty-one poisonous species drawn the natural size, and colored from living specimens. By Worthington T. Smith, F.L.S. 2d edition, R. Hardwick, 192 Piccadilly, London, 1875.
15. A Selection of the Eatable Funguses of Great Britain. Edited by Robert Hogg, LL.D., and Geo. W. Johnson, F.R.H.S. Numerous excellent hand-colored plates.
16. Fungi: Their Nature and Uses. By M. c. Cooke, M.A., LL.D.; edited by the Rev. M. J. Berkeley, M.A., F.L.S. In "International Scientific Series." D. Appleton & Co., N. Y. A very full and condensed epitome of the science of fungology.
17. Hand-book of British Fungi. By M. c. Cooke. 2 vols. Macmillan & Co., London, 1871.
18. Illustrations of British Fungi. Atlas to accompany above. By M. c. Cooke. Williams & Norgate, London, 1889.
19. Scottish Cryptogamic Flora. 6 vols. By R. R. Greville, 1823.
20. Fungi-hunters' Guide. By William D. Hay. Swan Sonnen-schein, Lowrey & Co., London, 1887.
21. Elementary Text-book. By William D. Hay. Swan Sonnen-schein, Lowrey & Co., London, 1887.
22. British Fungi. By John Stevenson. William Blackwood & Sons. London, 1886.
23. Mushroom Culture. By W. Robinson. F. Warne & Co., London, 1870. Containing full directions for the cultivation of mushrooms; also an extended chapter upon common wild species. Illustrated with wood-cuts, numerous recipes, etc.
24. Flantes Usuelles. Par Joseph Roches. Vol. IV., containing the Edible and Poisonous Fungi: also his Histoire des Champignons Comestibles et Téné-neux. Elegantly illustrated. Paris, 1838.
25. Les Champignons: Histoire, Description, Culture, Usages des Espèces Comestibles, Vénéneuses, Suspectes, etc. Par F. S. Cordier. With sixty chromo - lithographs. 4th edition. Paris, 1876.
26. Histoire Naturelle des Champignons. By G. Sicard. c. H. Delagrave, Paris, 1883. Numerous colored plates. Rare. Copy in Astor Library, N. Y.
27. Botaniqtie Cryplogamique, ou Histoire des Families Naturelles des Flantes Inférieures. Par J. Payer, Docteur ès Sciences, etc. With 1105 engravings on wood. Victor Masson, Paris, 1850.
28. Des Champignons. (Orfila Prize Essay.) By Emile Boudier. J. b. Ballière, Paris, 1866.
29. Champignons. By L. M. Gautier. J. B. Ballière et Fils. Paris, 1884.
30. Figures Peintes de Champignons. By Captain L. Lucand. Friedlander & Son, Berlin, 1882. (Reference copy at Massachusetts Horticultural Society.)
31. Les Champignons. By J. Moyen. J. Rothschild, Paris, 1889.
32. Nouvelle Flore. By J. Constantin and Leon Dufour. Paul Dupont, Paris, 1891.
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