2 edition of Annotated index to fungi described by N. Patouillard found in the catalog.
Annotated index to fungi described by N. Patouillard
Donald H. Pfister
|Statement||Donald H. Pfister.|
|Series||Contributions of Reed Herbarium -- no. 25.|
|Contributions||Patouillard, Narcisse The ophile, 1854-1926.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 211 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||211|
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An annotated index to the fungus taxa described by N. Patouillard. Related Titles. Related/Analytical: Annotated index to fungi described by N.
Patouillard. Series: Biodiversity Heritage Library Field Notes Project. Pfister, Donald H., author, compilerBook Edition: Draft. Typed draft version of a work by Donald Pfister that was published as Annotated index to fungi described by N.
Patouillard,in Contributions of Reed Herbarium, no. 25 Includes bibliographical references. An annotated index to the fungus taxa described by N.
Patouillard. by Typed draft version of a work by Donald Pfister that was published as Annotated index to fungi described by N. Patouillard,in Contributions of Reed Herbarium, no. 25 Topic modified from Balfour's Class Book of Botany.
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PATOUILLARD Donald H. Pfister Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany Harvard University, Cambridge, Hassachusetts Since the publication of the Annotated Index ~ Fungi Described £y. Patouillard. Annotated Index to Fungi Described by N.
Patouillard by Donald H. Pfister Annotated Index to Fungi Described by N. Patouillard by Donald H. Pfister (pp. ) Review by: M. Farr. By I. Conners, Published on 01/01/ Title.
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