This series of illustrations of the fleshy fungi of Iowa was started in 1940 in the Iowa Academy of Science Proceedings. At that time the purple-brown-spored forms were treated. Later the white-spored (1941), black-spored agarics (1942), and the fleshy ascomycetes (1942) have been covered. In this contribution illustration is made of three species of pink-spored agarics, Volvaria bombycina, Entoloma griseum and Pluteus cervinus, and an interesting abnormal form of the last named species.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1943 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Gilman, Joseph C.
"Illustrations of the Fleshy Fungi of Iowa V. The Pink-Spored Agarics,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 50(1), 159-163.
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