So far as is known, no species of Typhula has heretofore been reported from Iowa. It is of interest, therefore, to record the occurrence of a striking species of this genus. On the rainy afternoon of October 4, 1941, it was discovered fruiting in great abundance on fallen oak leaves in a wooded ravine between North Liberty and Lake Macbride. The pale yellow clubs, 10-12 cm. tall, were developing over an area a hundred feet or more in length and twenty or thirty feet in width in such profusion that in places they suggested patches of yellow grass blades.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
© Copyright 1942 by the Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Grumbein, Mary Louise
"Typhula Juncea in Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 49:
, Article 22.
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