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[1891.] [Amer.] Soc. Agr.

[Amer.] Soc. Agr. Sci.
Proc., 1891-92, 41-43.

Report of apicultural experiments in 1891. U. S. Div.



Auk, 13, 1896,
Nature,



Ent. Bull., 26, 1892, 83-92.
Food of woodpeckers and flycatchers.

85-86.
The nature and habits of PLINY'S Solpuga.

58 (1898), 247, 320.
Cook, A[lfred] N[ewt<m], & Hillyer, Homer W[inthrop],

Derivatives of phenyl ether. Amer. Chem. JL, 24 (1900),

525-529.
Cook, Alice Carter. A sketch of the flora of the Canary

Islands. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 25, 1898, 351-358.
Cook, C[harles] G[ilpin\. Some double halides of tin with

the aliphatic amines and with tetramethylammonium.

Amer. Chem. Jl., 22 (1899), 435-446.
Cook, Charles S. *Perfect interference of sound by tele-
phone. Science, 1, 1883, 167.
- *The use of the spectroscope in meteorology. Science,

2, 1883, 488-491.



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A mountain study of the spectrum of aqueous vapour.

Amer. Jl. Sci., 39, 1890, 258-268.
Cook, E. M. The use of hot air in drying. Soc. Chem.

Ind. JL, 14, 1895, 421-426.
Cook, E [dw ard] Eider. For biographical notice nee Soc.

Chem. Ind. Jl., 17, 1898, 828.
[Presidential address. Utilisation of sewage.] Soc.

Chem. Ind. Jl., 10, 1891, 600-602.
Cook, Ellen P. Ueber die optische Drehrichtung der

Asparaginsaure in wassrigen Losungen. Berlin, Chem.

Ges. Ber., 30, 1897, 294-297.
Cook, Ernest H[enry~\. Detection and estimation of iodine.

Chem. Soc. Jl., 47, 1885, 471-474.
- The heat of the Sun. Jl. Sci., 22, 1885, 121-139.
On the existence of an undulatory movement accom-
panying the electric spark. London Phys. Soc. Proc.,

9, 1888, 371-379 ; Phil. Mag., 26, 1888, 291-298.
Note on a lightning discharge at Thornbury,

Gloucestershire, July 22nd, 1891. Meteorol. Soc. Quart.

JL, 18, 1892, 143-144.
Note on lightning discharges in the neighbourhood of

Bristol, 1892. Meteorol. Soc. Quart. JL, 1893, 193-196.
Effect of heat on iodates and bromates. i. Potassic

iodate and bromate. Chem. Soc. Jl. , 65, 1894, 802-814.
Note on a method for determining melting points.

[1897.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 13, 1898, 74-75.
The action of electricity upon plants. Brit. Ass. Rep.,

1898, 809-810; Electrician, 41, 1898, 787-788.

Experiments with the brush discharge. [1898.] Phil.

47, 1899, 40-57.
Cook, George H[ammell]. For biography and list of works

see Amer. Geologist, 4, 1889, 321-326; Amer. Jl. Sci.,

38, 1889, 498-499; [Amer.] Soc. Agr. Sci. Proc., 1889,

114; Mx. Obs. BoL, 2, 1889, 407-408; Eailroad &

Engin. JL, 63, 1889, 484; Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 1,

1890, 519-520; 5, 1894, 569-571; Amer. Inst. Min.

Engin. Trans., 18, 1890, 218-222; Leopoldina, 26, 1890,

52; Science, 16, 1890, 8-9.
*0n the southern limit of the last glacial drift across

New Jersey, and the adjacent parts of New York and

Pennsylvania. [1877.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans.,

6, 1879, 467-470.
*Tertiary and Cretaceous formations of southern New

Jersey. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Eep., 1883, 13-21.

*The Red Sandstone and trap-rocks. N. Jersey Geol.



Surv. Rep., 1883, 22-26.

*Archsean rocks and iron ore. N. Jersey Geol. Surv.
Rep., 1883,27-77.

*Iron mines. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1883, 78-



146.

*Exploring for magnetic iron ore, and locating mines.
N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1883, 147-158.

*Native iron. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1883, 162-



164.

*Copper ores. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1883, 164-
166.

*Mastodon bones. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1883,
168.

*Deep borings in earth.
1883, 168-169.

Recent formations. A buried forest. N. Jersey Geol.



N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep.,



Surv. Rep., 1884, 13-16.

Glacial drift, and yellow sand, and gravel. N. Jersey
Geol. Surv. Rep., 1884, 17-20.

Tertiary and Cretaceous formations. Sections showing
these formations and their relations to the ocean bottom.
N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1884, 21-22.

Triassic rocks. Columnar trap-rocks of Orange
Mountain. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1884, 23-28.

Drainage. The Great Meadows drainage. N. Jersey



Geol. Surv. Rep., 1884, 112-119.
Economic geology. Iron mining.
Surv. Rep., 1885, 97-108.



Water-supply, from artesian or other bored wells in
New Jersey. [With analyses by Peter T. AUSTEN and
Francis A. WILBER.] N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1885,
109-140.

Historical notes on the geological surveys of New
Jersey. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1885, 152-209.

[Brachiopoda and Lamellibranchiata of the Raritan



Clays and Greensand Marls of New Jersey, by R. P.

WHITFIELD.] Sketch of the geology of the Cretaceous

and Tertiary formations of New Jersey. U. S. Geol.

Surv. Monogr., 9, 1885, ix-xiii.
Geographic surveys, geodetic and topographic. N.

Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1886, 8-69.
[Archaean rocks of New Jersey. ] Notes on the litho-

logy. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1886, 101-112.
Triassic [rocks of New Jersey]. N. Jersey Geol. Surv.

Rep., 1886, 123-127.
Mining [in New Jersey]. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep.,

1886, 135-154.

Water-supply [of New Jersey]. N. Jersey Geol. Surv.

Rep., 1886, 210-213; 1887, 24-27.
Drainage [of New Jersey]. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep. ,

1886, 213-237; 1887, 28-29; 1888, 45-48.

Geologic surveys. N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1887,



20-23.

Address [to the Geol. Sect.]. On the International
Geological Congress, and our part in it as American
geologists. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1888, 159-177.

Report of the sub-committee on the Mesozoic. Congr.



G<5ol. Int. C. R., 1888, A159-A173; Amer. Geologist, 2,
1888, 257-261.

On the Triassic or Red Sandstone rocks. N. Jersey



Geol. Surv. Rep., 1888, 11-15.
Water-supply and artesian wells. [With analyses by

Peter T. AUSTEN and Francis A. WILBER.] N. Jersey

Geol. Surv. Rep., 1888, 71-77.
Cook, George H[ammeU}, & Britton, Nathaniel Lord.

Geological surveys : structural and lithological. N.

Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1885, 36-96.
Cook, George H[ammell] (et alii). Water-supply. [With

analyses by Peter T. AUSTEN and Francis A. WILBER.]

N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1884, 121-150.
Cook, H . C. M. La force des araigne'es et de leurs toiles.

Rev. Sci., 45, 1890, 787-790.
Cook, H. D. Fluctuation of the attention to musical tones.

[1899.] Amer. Jl. Psychol., 11, 1899-1900, 119-123.
Cook, J. Polarisation experiment. Nature, 60 (1899), 8.
Cook, J. Nield, & Caddy, Arnold. See Caddy & Cook.
Cook, J. R. M. Great snipe near St. Andrews. Ann.

Scott. Nat. Hist., 1897, 45.
Cook, John. Meteorology in Mysore. Scott. Geogr. Mag.,

12, 1896, 364-365.
Cook, John M. For biographical notice see Geogr. Jl., 13,

1899, 440.
[On the crocodile-bird of the Nile.] Ibis, 5, 1893,

275-277.
Cook, Mabel Priscilla. Some additions to the "Flora of

Middlesex county, Massachusetts." Rhodora, 1, 1899,

80-82.
Cook, Mel[ville] T[hurston]. Myriostoma coliforme. Bot.

Gaz., 23, 1897, 43-44.
Cook, O[rator] F[uller]. Do termites cultivate fungi?

Bot. Gaz., 17, 1892, 282.
General notes upon the flora of Liberia. Bot. Gaz.,

17, 1892, 292.
NoteS on Myriopoda from Loanda, Africa, collected

by Mr. Heli CHATELAINE, including a description of

a new genus and species. U. S. Mus. Proc., 16, 1894,

703-708.

Chordeumidse or Craspedosomatidte. Amer. Natlist. ,



N. Jersey Geol.



29, 1895, 862-864.

On the generic names Strigamia, Linotaenia and Sco-

lioplanes. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895, 864-866.



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[Cooke



The genera of Lysiopetalidae. Amer. Natlist., 29,

1895, 1017-1019.

Stemrnatoiulus as an ordinal type. Amer. Natlist.,

29, 1895, 1111-1121.

A peculiar habit of a Liberian species of Polyporus.
Bot. Gaz., 20, 1895, 414.

Personal nomenclature in the Myxomycetes. Torrey
Bot. Club Bull., 22, 1895, 431-434.

On Cryptodesmus Getschmannii, Karsch. Zool. Anz.,
18, 1895, 426.

Introductory note on the families of Diplopoda. [1895.]

N. Y. Ac. Ann., 9, 1896-97, 1-9.
On certain Geophilidse described by MEINERT. Amer.

Natlist., 30, 1896, 239-242.
The segmental sclerites of Spirobolus. Amer. Natlist.,

30, 1896, 333-335.

A new diplopod fauna in Liberia. Amer. Natlist., 30,

1896, 413-420.

A new African diplopod related to Polyxenus. Amer.
Natlist., 30, 1896, 593-595.

Note on the classification of the Diplopoda. Amer.
Natlist., 30, 1896, 681-684.

A new character in the Colobognatha with drawings
of Siphonotus. [Also systematic note.] Amer. Natlist.,
30, 1896, 839-844.

Summary of new Liberian Polydesmoidea. Philad.

Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1896, 257-267.

Two new diplopod Myriapoda of the genus Oxydesmus
from the Congo. U. S. Mus. Proc., 18, 1896, 47-52.

Priodesmus, a new genus of Diplopoda from Surinam.
U. S. Mus. Proc., 18, 1896, 53-57.

On Geophilus attenuatus, Say, of the class Chilopoda.

U. S. Mus. Proc., 18, 1896, 59-62.

An arrangement of the Geophilidse, a family of
Chilopoda. U. S. Mus. Proc., 18, 1896, 63-75.

East African Diplopoda of the suborder Polydesmoidea

collected by Mr. William Astor CHANLER. U. S. Mus.
Proc., 18, 1896, 81-111.

Stability in generic nomenclature. Science, 8, 1898,
186-190.

The method of types. Science, 8, 1898, 513-516.
A revision of tropical African Diplopoda of the family

. Strongylosomatidffi. U. S. Mus. Proc., 20, 1898, 695-708.

American oniscoid Diplopoda of the order Merocheta.

[1898.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 21, 1899, 451-468.

Four categories of species. Amer. Natlist., 33, 1899,
287-297.

African Diplopoda of the genus Pachybolus. U. S.
Mus. Proc., 21, 1899, 657-666.

The diplopod family StriariidaB. U. S. Mus. Proc.,

21, 1899, 667-676.

African Diplopoda of the family Gomphodesmidae.



U. S. Mus. Proc., 21, 1899, 677-739.
The method of types in botanical nomenclature.

Science, 12, 1900, 475-481.
Camphor secreted by an animal (Polyzonium). Science,

12, 1900, 516-521.

Peach yellows: a cause suggested. Science, 12, 1900,

875-881.

Cook, 0[rator] flutter], & Collins, G. N. Notes on some
North American Myriapoda of the family Geophilidse,
with descriptions of three genera. U. S. Mus. Proc.,

13, 1891, 383-396.

The Myriapoda collected by the United States Eclipse

Expedition to West Africa, 1889 and 1890. [1893.]
N. Y. Ac. Ann., 8, 1893-95, 24-40.

The Craspedosomatidaa of North America. [1895.]



N. Y. Ac. Ann., 9, 1896-97, 1-100.
Cook, 0[rator] F[uller], & Cook, A. C.



A monograph of



Scytonotus. [1894.] N. Y. Ac. Ann., 8, 1893-95, 233-
248.

Cook, 0[rator] F[uller], & Fair-child, David G. See
Fair ^hild & Cook.



Cook, 0[rator] Fftiller'], & Underwood, Lucien Marcus.
See Underwood & Cook.

Cook, Robert Anderson. The Wenstrom magnetic separator.

Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 17, 1889, 599-606.
Cook, S. R. On the escape of gases from the planets

according to the kinetic theory. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1899,

120-121.
On flutings in the Kundt sound tube. Amer. Ass.

Proc., 1899, 121-122.

On the escape of gases from planetary atmospheres
according to the kinetic theory. Astrophys. Jl., 11, 1900,
36-43; Nature, 62 (1900), 54.

Cooke, A. B. Constipation and rectal diseases. N. Y.
Med. Jl., 66, 1897, 356-359.

Cooke, A. II"., & Fairley, Thomas. See Fairley & Cooke.

Cooke, (Rev.) Alfred Hands. [Additions and corrections
to Bobert MACANDKEW'S] report on the testaceous Mollusca
obtained during a dredging excursion in the Gulf of Suez
in the months of February and March 1869. Ann. Mag.
Nat. Hist., 15, 1885, 322-339; 16, 1885, 32-50, 262-277;
17, 1886, 128-142; 18, 1886, 92-109.

On Vulsella, a genus of acephalous Mollusca. Ann.
Mag. Nat. Hist., 17, 1886, 59-67.

On the molluscan fauna of the Gulf of Suez in its
relation to that of other seas. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,
18, 1886, 380-397.

On the genus Cuma. [1887.] Jl. Conch., 5, 1886-88,

166-172.

On the position of the operculum in Concholepas
peruvianus, Lam. [1887.] Jl. Conch., 5, 1886-88, 193-
194.

On a new species of sinistral Limnaea, from central

Australia, with some remarks on so-called species of

Physa, also from Australia. [1887.] Jl. Conch., 5,

1886-88, 241-243.
Sur la veritable distribution geographique du Purpura

patula. [IV.] Jl. de Conch., 35, 1887, 228-238.
On the article Purpura in TKYON'S "Manual of

Conchology." [1888.] Jl. Conch., 5, 1886-88, 321-

329.
[Photomicrographs of the odontophores of Mollusca.]

Micr. Soc. JL, 1888, 333.
On the relationships and geographical distribution of

the land and freshwater Mollusca of the palasarctic and

nearctic regions. Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 6, 1889,

334-335.

On the generic position of the so-called Physse of
Australia. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1889, 136-143.

On the varieties and geographical distribution of the

common dog-whelk (Purpura lapillus, L.). [1889.] Cam-
bridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 7, 1892, 13.

On parasitic Mollusca. [1891.] Cambridge Phil. Soc.

Proc., 7, 1892, 215-219.

On the geographical distribution of the land-Mollusca



of the Philippine Islands, and their relations to the
Mollusca of the neighbouring groups. Zool. Soc. Proc.,
1892, 447-469.

On the origin of the genera of land and freshwater
Mollusca. [1892.] Conchologist, 2, 1893, 41-48.

On the geographical distribution of the laud and

freshwater Mollusca of the Malagassy region. Concho-
logist, 2, 1893, 131-139.

On a suggested case of mimicry in the Mollusca.

[1894.] Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 8, 1895, 141.

Purpura coronata, Lam., in the West Indies. Jl.

Malacol., 4, 1895, 69-70.

Phasianella "pulla"or "pullus"? [1899.] Jl. Mala-
col., 7, 1900, 31-32.

Notes on the nomenclature of the British Nudi-



branchiata, with a detailed classification of the group.
[1899.] Jl. Malacol., 7, 1900, 59-66.

Cooke, (Rev.) Alfred Hands, & Smart, (Rev.) Robert
William John. See Smart & Cooke.

43



CookeJ



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Cooke, C. J. Telegraph cables. N. Zealand Inst. Trans.,

32, 1900, 324-339.
Cooke, Clinton T. Nesting of the sooty grouse. Ornith.

Ool., 16, 1891, 145-146.
Nesting of MACGILLIVKAY'S warbler. Ornith. Ool., 16,

1891, 161-162.
Cooke, E. Fungi collected by J. G. 0. TEPPER about

Clarendon, 1882-83. S. Aust. Koy. Soc. Trans., 8, 1886,

159.
Cooke, (Miss) Elizabeth. Experiments upon the osmotic

properties of the living frog's muscle. [1898.] Jl.

Physiol., 23, 1898-99, 137-149.
Cooke, (Miss) Elizabeth, & Howell, William H[e>mj]. See

Ilowell & Cooke.

Cooke, F. G. A few notes on "colour." [1887.] East-
bourne Nat. Hist. Soc. Trans., 2 (1886-94), 35-40.
Cooke, F. I. On the value of the oil in linseed-cake as

a food for stock. Agr. Soc. Jl., 25, 1889, 407-419.
Cooke, G[eorge] H[arr?/]. The action of various stimuli on

non-striped muscle. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 24, 1890, 195-

209.
Cooke, George H. Te Pito Te Henua, known as Eapa Nui ;

commonly called Easter Island, South Pacific Ocean.

Latitude 27 10' S., Longitude 109 26' W. Smithsonian

Bep., 1897 (U. S. Nat. Mus. Rep., Ft. 1), 689-723.
Cooke, H. A., Ernst, Harold C., & Coolidge, J. N. See

Ernst, Coolidge & Cooke.
Cooke, John H. Notes on the "Pleistocene beds" of Gozo.

Geol. Mag., 8, 1891, 348-355.
Notes on Stereodon melitensis, Owen. Geol. Mag., 8,

1891, 546-547.
On the occurrence of a black limestone in the strata

of the Maltese islands. Geol. Mag., 9, 1892, 361-364.
The marls and clays of the Maltese islands. [1892.]

Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 49, 1893, 117-128.
On the occurrence of Ursus ferox in the Pleistocene of

Malta. Geol. Mag., 10, 1893, 67-69.

On the occurrence of concretionary masses of flint

and chert in the Maltese limestones. Geol. Mag., 10,

1893, 157-160.
The Har Dalam cavern, Malta, and its fossiliferous

contents. [1893.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 54, 1894, 274-278.
The Pleistocene beds of the Maltese islands. [1894.]

Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 51, 1895, 49.
On the occurrence of Phoca rugosidens, Owen, in

Maltese strata. Geol. Mag., 2, 1895, 215-217.
Notes on the Pleistocene beds of the Maltese islands.

Geol. Mag. , 3, 1896, 201-210.
Notes on the Globigerina-limestones of the Maltese

islands. Geol. Mag., 3, 1896, 502-511.
Contributions to the stratigraphy and palaeontology of

the Globigerma-limestones of the Maltese islands. Geol.

Soc. Quart. Jl., 52, 1896, 461-462.
On a new section in the Middle Lias of Lincoln. Geol.

Mag., 4, 1897, 253-259.
Cooke, John H. Notes on microscopy. Amer. Micr. Jl.,

20, 1899, 181-185, 207-210, 247-252, 311-317, 344-348;

21, 1900, 296.
Cooke, Josiah Parsons. For biography and list of works

see Amer. Chem. JL, 16 (1894), 566-568; Amer. Jl. Sci.,

48, 1894, 353-354; Nature, 50 (1894), 480, 551-552;

Ztschr. Anorg. Chem., 7, 1894, 447-450; Amer. Ac.

Proc., 30, 1895, 513-547; Pharm. Jl., 25, 1895, 222.
On a new method of determining gas densities. Amer.

Ac. Proc., 24, 1889, 202-233.
Cooke, Josiah Parsons, & Richards, Theodore William.

The relative values of the atomic weights of hydrogen

and oxygen. Amer. Ac. Proc., 23, 1888, 149-176, 182-187.
Cooke, L. H. Linnell. Origin of gold. Science, 22, 1893,

206-207.
Cooke, M[ordecai~\ C[ubitt~\. To reference in No. 125

(Vol. 12) add Woolhope Field Club Trans., 1877-80,

205-207.



*Structure and functions of paraphyses. [1876.]
Woolhope Field Club Trans., 1874-76, 226-232.

*The structure and classification of the Myxomycetes.
[1877.] Woolhope Field Club Trans., 1877-80, 51-56.

''Mimicry in Fungi. [1881.] Woolhope Field Club



Trans., 1881-82, 96-98.
Gigantic Fungi. [1884.] Woolhope Field Club Trans.,

1883-85, 264-268.
Fungi of Perak. [1884.] Grevillea, 13, [1885], 1-4.

Fungi of Peruvian Andes. [1884.] Grevillea, 13,
[1885], 4.

Some exotic Fungi. [1884-86.] Grevillea, 13, [1885],
6-7; 14, [1886], 11-14, 89-90, 129-130; 15, [1887], 16-18.

Synopsis Pyrenomycetum. [1884-90.] Grevillea, 13,



[1885], 8-16, 41-45, 61-72, 100-109; 14, [1886], 14-17,
46-56, 93-97 ; 15, [1887], 80-86, 122-125 ; 16, [1888], 16-
19, 50-56, 87-92; 17, [1889], 25-28, 49-52, 85-93; 18,
[1890], 13-17, 28-33, 61-67, 75-80; 19, [1891], 50-51.

Demerara Fungi. [1884.] Grevillea, 13, [1885], 32-33.

Spbaeriaceae imperfecte cognitaB. [1884.] Grevillea,

13, [1885], 37-40.

New British Fungi. [1884-93.] Grevillea, 13, [1885],

45-47, 57-61, 89-100; 14, [1886], 1-7, 37-41, 90, 132-
133; 15, [1887], 28-29, 39-43, 65-67, 107-111 ; 16, [1888],
6-11, 42-49, 77-81, 101-102; 17, [1889], 1-3, 38-42, 56,
79-80; 18, [1890], 20, 26-28, 51-54, 73-74; 19, [1891], 8,
40-42, 86; 20, [1892], 8, 25, 37-38, 95, 113; 21, [1893],
69-73.

Life history of a filiform Alga (CEdogonium). [1884.]

Midland Natlist., 8, 1885, 74-76, 89-94.

Prsecursores ad monographiam Polypororum. [1885-

86.] Grevillea, 13, [1885], 80-87, 114-119; 14, [1886],
17-21, 77-87, 109-115; 15, [1887], 19-27, 50-60.

A new Stereum from North Carolina. Jl. MycoL, 1,

1885, 130.

British Sphaaropsideae. Provisional list of species

hitherto found in the British Islands. [1885-87.] Gre-
villea, 14, [1886], 25-36, 61-76, 101-108, 123-128; 15,
[1887], 18-19, 103-106.

Fungi of Malayan Peninsula. [1885.] Grevillea, 14,



[1886], 43-44.
Valsa Vitis, again. [1885.] Grevillea, 14, [1886],

44-46.
Some remarkable moulds. [1885.] Quekett Micr.

Club Jl., 2, [1886], 138-143.
Collecting, examining, and preserving freshwater

AlgEe. [1885.] Quekett Micr. Club JL, 2, [1886], 148-

150.
Notes on Palmodactylon subramosum, and on a new

British species of Vaucheria. [1885.] Quekett Micr.

Club JL, 2, [1886], 219-220.
Fungi of New Guinea. Grevillea, 14, [1886], 115-

118.
Flora of British Fungi. Grevillea, 14, [1886], 118-

121.
Preliminary list of the microscopic Fungi of Essex.

Ustilaginei and jEcidiomycetes. Essex Natlist., 1, 1887,

184-186.
Some Australian Fungi. Grevillea, 15, [1887], 93-95,

97-101; 18, [1890], 80-81, (Suppl.), 8 pp.; 19, [1891], 5,

44-47, 60-62, 81-83, 89-92 ; 20, [1892], 4-7, 35-36, 65 ;

21, [1893], 35-39; 22, 1894, 36-38, 68.
- Two Fungi from Gaboon. Grevillea, 15, [1887], 111.

New species of Ravenelia. Grevillea, 15, [1887], 112.

New Australian Fungi. [1887-90.] Grevillea, 16,

[1888], 1-6, 30-33, 72-76, 113-114; 17, [1889], 7-8,

55-56, 81; 18, [1890], 1-8, 25-26, 51, 80-81.
Some exotic Fungi. [1887-93.] Grevillea, 16, [1888],

15-16, 25-26, 69-72, 121; 17, [1889], 16, 42-43, 59-60,

75-76; 18, [1890], 34-35, 86-87; 20, [1892], 15-16, 90-

92; 21, [1893], 73-75.

Two remarkable Fungi. [1887.] Grevillea, 16, [1888],



20.



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British Hyphomycetes. A catalogue of known species.
[1887-88.] Grevillea, 16, [1888], 57-65, 95-99, 106-113 ;
17, [1889], 8-16.

Lactarius exsuccus and Agaricus russula. [1887.]

Grevillea, 16, [1888], 65-67.

Contributions towards a list of the Fungi of Essex.
Discomycetes. Essex Natlist., 2, 1888, 189-192.

Notes on Hymenomycetes. Grevillea, 16, [1888],

82-86.

Exotic agarics. Grevillea, 16, [1888], 105-106.

Notes and queries on Kussulse. [1888.] Woolhope

Field Club Trans., 1886-89, 274-282.
The hymenomycetal Fungi of Epping Forest, with

a catalogue of the species. [1888-94.] Essex Natlist.,

3, 1889, 248-271; 8, 1894, 244-245.
Mutinus bambusinus, in Britain. [1888.] Grevillea,

17, [1889], 17.
SACCARDO Sylloge. Hyphomycetes. [1888.] Grevillea,

17, [1889], 19-21.
[SACCARDO Sylloge.] Omitted diagnoses. Grevillea,

17, [1889], 65-69 ; 19, [1891], 71-75, 103-104 ; 20, [1892],

108-110; 21, [1893], 76.

Some Brisbane Fungi. Grevillea, 17, [1889], 69-70.

Three Natal Fungi. Grevillea, 17, [1889], 70.
Cooke herbarium. Grevillea, 17, [1889], 94.

What is Lichenopsis? Grevillea, 17, [1889], 94-96.

Collecting and preserving fleshy Fungi. Kew Bull.,

1889, 257-258.
List of Fungi from dried specimens collected near

Lake Bonney by Miss WEHL, and from coloured drawings

prepared by her. S. Aust. Boy. Soc. Trans., 11, 1889,

217.
Suggestions on the collecting and study of the minute

Fungi of Essex. Essex Natlist., 4, 1890, 28-39.

Fungi of Java. Grevillea, 18, [1890], 54-56.

On Campbellia, gen. nov. Grevillea, 18, [1890], 87-88.

New Zealand Fungi, [1890-92.] Grevillea, 19, [1891],

1-4, 47-49; 20, 1892, 120; 21, [1893], 1.
Some African Fungi. [1890.] Grevillea, 19, [1891],

6-7.

Some Asiatic Fungi. [1890.] Grevillea, 19, [1891], 7.

North American Fungi. [1890.] Grevillea, 19, [1891],

14-15.
Controverted agarics. [1890.] Grevillea, 19, [1891],

30-40; Woolhope Field Club Trans., 1890-92, 106-113.

Sclerodepsis. [1890.] Grevillea, 19, [1891], 49.

Tobacco disease. Gard. Chron., 9, 1891, 173.

Cordyceps Hawkesii, Gray. Grevillea, 19, [1891],

76-78.
"Fungi exsiccati" excesses. Grevillea, 19, [1891],

78-80.
Spore diffusion in Phalloidei. Grevillea, 19, [1891],

84-86.

Additions to Daedalea. Grevillea, 19, [1891], 92-93.

Lachnocladium. Grevillea, 19, [1891], 93.

Trametes and its allies. Grevillea, 19, [1891], 98-

103.
New sub-genus of Agaricus. Grevillea, 19, [1891],

104-105.

Favolus and Lascbia. Grevillea, 19, [1891], 105.

Additions to Merulius. Grevillea, 19, [1891], 108-109.

Irpex addenda. Grevillea, 19, [1891], 109.

Attractive characters in Fungi. Nature, 43, 1891,

57-59, 224, 393-395.
*Becent additions to the Fungus flora of Epping

Forest. [1883.] Essex Field Club Proc., 4, 1892, xlv-

xlvi.
*Essex fresh-water Algae. [1883.] Essex Field Club

Proc., 4, 1892, xlvi-xlvii.
[Beports on Fungi in Epping Forest, 1884.] [1884.]

Essex Field Club Proc., 4, 1892, cxxi-cxxii.
Species of Hydnei. Additamenta to SACCARDO'S Sylloge.

[1891.] Grevillea, 20, [1892], 1-4.



Species of Cyphella. [1891.] Grevillea, 20, [1892], 9.

Notes on Clavariei. [1891.] Grevillea, 20, [1892],
10-11.

Notes on Thelephorefe. [1891.] Grevillea, 20, [1892],
11-13, 33-35.

Notes on Tremellini. [1891.] Grevillea, 20, [1892], 15.

British Tremellinese. [1891.] Grevillea, 20, [1892],
16-22.

Ceylon in Australia. [1891.] Grevillea, 20, [1892],
29-30.

Agaricus giganteus and A. maximus. [1891.] Gre-
villea, 20, [1892], 42-45.

Bussula rediviva. [1891-92.] Grevillea, 20, [1892],



49-59, 68-81, 97-105.

Plant diseases and Fungi. Essex Natlist., 6, 1892,
18-31.

: Himalayan truffles. Grevillea, 20, [1892], 67.

Neglected diagnoses. Grevillea, 20, [1892], 81-85.

Sphseriacese imperfecte cognitse. Grevillea, 20, [1892],
85-87.

Additional Fungi descriptions. Grevillea, 20, [1892],
106-107.

Cladosporium. Grevillea, 20, [1892], 119-120.

Fungoid pests of the orchard. [1892.] Woolhope
Field Club Trans., 1890-92, 366-371.

The fresh-water Algas of Essex; a preliminary list of



recorded species. Essex Natlist., 7, 1893, 170-179.

- Cucumber rot. Gard. Chron., 13, 1893, 668.
Vine root-clubbing. Gard. Chron., 13, 1893, 711.

Anthracnose of the vine. Gard. Chron., 14, 1893, 33.

A poisonous fungus. Gard. Chron., 14, 1893, 361.



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