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April 19th. From the Zoological Society-Proceedings, Nos. 339
to 318 inclusive.
From the Author_On the Mastodon and Elephant, by
Dr. Falconer. May 17th. From the Royal Astronomical Society-Notices, Vol.
xviii., No. 6.
From the Editor—Provincial Magazine, No. 12.
From the Author-On Rotatory Motion, by Mr. Hunt. May 31st. From the Linnean Society-Proceedings, Vol. ii., No. 8.
From Mr. W. Danson-Account of the Aviru.
The Diagram at page 196 is presented by Dr. Dickinson.
SYNOPSIS AND LIST
ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE EPICRISIS OF M. FRIES.
REV. HENRY H. HIGGINS, M.A. CANTAB, V.P.
READ BEFORE THE SOCIETY ON THE 10TII APRIL, 1858.
The English FLORA, vol. 5, by the Rev. M. J. Berkeley. 1836. The number following the letters E.F. refers to the position of the
species in the genus, as given in the English Flora. In the Agaricini the numbers, unless otherwise indicated, all refer to the genus Agaricus.
An. ANNALS AND MAGAZINE OF NATURAL HISTORY.
Fungi in the Annals, forming a series numbered throughout
consecutively. Grev. Scottish CRYPTOGAMIC FLORA, by Robert Kaye Greville,
F.R.S. & F.A.S.E. 6 vols., 8vo. Edin. 1823. Sow. ENGLISH FUNGI, by James Sowerby, F.L.S. 4 vols., Fol.
Bolt. HistoNY OF FUNGUSSES GROWING ABOUT Halifax, by James
Bolton. 4 vols., 4to. Halifax. 1788.
H.H.H. A few species collected by the Editor, which do not
appear to have been hitherto noticed as British. | Species supposed not to be included in the Epicrisis. The arrangement is taken from the Epicrisis of M. Fries, but a
few corrections have been made, for which the Editor is indebted chiefly to the "Introduction to Cryptogamic Botany," by the Rev. M.J. Berkeley, M.A., F.L.S. One vol., 8vo. London. 1857.