The late summer and fall of 1953 was one of the driest seasons on record in much of Iowa. After the torrential rain and windstorm of July 4, there was very little precipitation in the Iowa City area until late fall and the total recorded was a record low. Nevertheless, trips to Macbride State Park on August 5 and one to White Pine Hollow on the 7 provided excellent collecting, including what arc believed to be new records of agarics and boletes for the State. Report on most of these will be deferred until opportunity has been afforded for detailed study, but comments on a few of these collections, as well as a few notes based on earlier collections are here presented.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1954 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Martin, G. W.
"Notes on Iowa Fungi. XIII,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 61(1), 138-140.
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