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Mycology Collection

Background imageMycology Collection: Morchella esculenta, 1847-1855

Morchella esculenta, 1847-1855
Illustration of Morchella esculenta, also known as common morel, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussy, 1847-1855

Background imageMycology Collection: Tuber melanosporum, 1847-1855

Tuber melanosporum, 1847-1855
Illustration of Tuber melanosporum, also known as truffle, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, 1847-1855

Background imageMycology Collection: Lycoperdon excipuliforme, 1847-1855

Lycoperdon excipuliforme, 1847-1855
Illustration of Lycoperdon excipuliforme, also known as pestle puffball, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, 1847-1855

Background imageMycology Collection: Cortinarius violaceus, 1847-1855

Cortinarius violaceus, 1847-1855
Illustration of Cortinarius violaceus, a basidiomycete, also known as violet webcap, from Anna Maria Hussey, Illustrations of British Mycology, 1847-1855

Background imageMycology Collection: Pholiota squarrosa, 1847-1855

Pholiota squarrosa, 1847-1855
Illustration of Pholiota squarrosa, also known as shaggy scalycap, from Illustratons of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, 1847-1855

Background imageMycology Collection: Grifolia frondosa, 1847-1855

Grifolia frondosa, 1847-1855
Illustration of Grifolia frondosa, commonly known as hen-of-the-woods by Anna Maria Hussey from Illustrations of British Mycology, 1847-1855

Background imageMycology Collection: Cantharellus cibarius, 1847-1855

Cantharellus cibarius, 1847-1855
Illustration of Cantharellus cibarius, also known as chantarelle, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, 1847-1855

Background imageMycology Collection: Geastrum limbatum, 1847-55

Geastrum limbatum, 1847-55
Illustration of Geastrum limbatum, commonly known as fringed earthstar, by Anna Maria Hussey from Illustrations of British Mycology, 1847-55

Background imageMycology Collection: Cyttaria darwinii or Darwin fungus

Cyttaria darwinii or Darwin fungus
Darwins fungus at Kew. Original material of C. darwinii collected by Charles Darwin in Tierra del Fuego during his voyage on HMS Beagle in 1832

Background imageMycology Collection: Agaricus campestris, field mushroom

Agaricus campestris, field mushroom
Agaricus campestris. Field mushroom, meadow mushroom. Illustration from Coloured figures of English fungi or mushrooms, London, 1797 - 1803 by James Sowerby, Vol. 3, 1801. Tab. 305, t. 305

Background imageMycology Collection: Black truffle

Black truffle
Tuber melanosporum as Tuber cibarium. Black truffle, Perigord truffle, French black truffle. Illustration from Coloured figures of English fungi or mushrooms, London, 1797 - 1803 by James Sowerby

Background imageMycology Collection: White truffle

White truffle
Tuber magnatum as Tuber album. White truffle or trifola d Alba. Illustration from Coloured figures of English fungi or mushrooms, London, 1797 - 1803 by James Sowerby. Vol. 3 - 1801 Tab. 310, t. 310



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