Clavariaceae. Page 98.

Agaricaceae. Pages 32-40.

Hydnaceae. Page 41.

(2d) Bracket-like.

Families 105

(3d) Resupinate.

Spores borne on the interior of pores or tubes or labyrinthine passages.

Spores borne on the interior of pores or tubes or labyrinthine passages.

Substance fleshy. Pores more or less easily separating from the cap and each other.

Stem central, or stem lateral.

Substance corky, woody, or leathery.

Substance corky, woody, or leathery.

Boletaceae. Pages 44, 45.

Boletaceae. Pages 44, 45.

Polyporaceae. Pages 42, 43.

Family. Agaricaceae (Fungi With Gills)

Family. Agaricaceae (Fungi With Gills).

Plant fleshy ; soon putrescent.

Plant tough, leath-e r y , or woody; reviving or persistent.

Juice milky, white or coloured.

± Juice watery.

± Juice watery.

Stem : Lateral, I.

Eccentric, 2. Wanting, 3.

Spores white. (Spores violet in P. sapidus.)

Spores white. (Spores violet in P. sapidus.)

Stem central.

Spores white... Pages 34, 35, 36, 46-73

Spores rosy or salmon ...Pages 36, 37, 87, 88.

Spores yellowish-brown or rusty-brown Pages 38, 83-87.

Spores dark brown or purplish-brown .....Pages 38, 39, 73-83.

Spores black... Pages 40, 89-92.

-Lamellae normally toothed on their edges.

Stem central. Stem eccentric. Stem wanting.

Families 111

Genera

Lactarius. Page 92.

Pleurotus. Page 57.

Lentinus. Page 56.

Lamellae entire.

Families 112Stem central.

Stem central.

Stem lateral or wanting.

Lamellae simple; cap firm and dry.

Lamella: simple; plant leathery.

Lamellae deeply splitting ; villous.

Lamellae deeply splitting ; villous.

Lamellae channelled or crisped.

Marasmius. Page 65.

Panus. Page 67.

Schizophyllum. Page 67.

Trogia. Page 67.

Family. Agaricaceae (Fungi With Gills) (Whitespored Series)

Family. Agaricaceae (Fungi With Gills) (Whitespored Series).

Volva and annulus.

Volva, but no annulus.

Volva wanting; annulus present.

Families 116Families 117Lamellae free from stem ; annulus often movable ; cap usually scaly

Lamellae free from stem ; annulus often movable ; cap usually scaly.

Families 119Lamellae united with the stem; pileus usually smooth.

Lamellae united with the stem; pileus usually smooth.

Families 121

Genera

Amanita. Page 46.

Amanitopsis. Page 53.

Lepiota. Page 63.

Armillaria. Page 61.

Volva wanting; annulus wanting.

Families 122

5 Lamellae thin, their edges acute.

Lamellae decurrent on the stem.

Families 123Families 124

0 Stem with cartilaginous rind.

Lamellae adnate.

Lamellae adnate.

Stem fleshy; cap often bright-coloured.

V

Plant rigid; lamellae usually brittle.

V

Lamellae waxy.

X

Lamellae sinuate.

Stem fleshy.

Stem fleshy.

Stem with cartilaginous rind; cap membranous, more or less less striate.

Clitocybe. Page 70

Omphalia. Page 68.

Collybia. Page 66.

Russula. Page 68.

Hygrophorus. Page 59.

Tricholoma. Page 72.

Mycena. Page 55.

Family. Agaricaceae (Fungi With Gills) (White Spored Series)

Family. Agaricaceae (Fungi With Gills) (White-Spored Series).

Volva none; annulus none.

FamlLY. Agaricaceae (Fungi With Gills) (Pink-Spored Series)

Volva present; annulus wanting.

Volva wanting; annulus present.

Lamellae in the form of shallow folds, their edges obtuse.

Lamellae decur rent; plant terrestrial.

Lamellae decur-rent; plant terrestrial.

Families 129

(Annularia has not been found in America.)

Genera

Cantharellus. Page 53.

Volvaria. Page 88.

Annularia.

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Volva none ; annulus none.

Lamellae free from stem (a).

Lamellae free from stem (a).