Bulletin, Issues 167-170

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University of the State of New York, 1913
 

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Page 32 - Lewis C. Mineralogy of New York; comprising detailed descriptions of the minerals hitherto found in the State of Xcw York, and notices of their uses in the arts and agriculture, il.
Page 100 - ... green when they first appear, becoming light chestnutbrown, lustrous and marked by small pale lenticels in their first season and dull red-brown the following year, and armed with numerous slender straight or curved chestnut-brown spines 2-3 cm.
Page 82 - ... in their first season and dull gray-brown the following year, and armed with stout straight or slightly curved chestnut brown shining spines 1.5-2 cm.
Page 90 - ... lustrous in their first season and dull red-brown the following year, and armed with slender straight slightly curved dull chestnutbrown spines 3-5 cm long.
Page 118 - ... below, and at maturity thin, dark green and lustrous on the upper surface, pale on the lower surface, 5-6 cm.
Page 119 - Flowers 1.3-1.5 cm in diameter, on long slender pedicels, in wide lax many-flowered corymbs, the lower peduncles from the axils of upper leaves ; calyx-tube narrowly obconic, glabrous, the lobes...
Page 81 - ... appressed lobes dark red on the upper side below the middle; flesh thin, yellow...
Page 61 - ... which are precisely like those produced by existing glaciers, and which could not possibly have been produced by any other agency; (2) glacial boulders or "erratics" which are often somewhat rounded and scratched, and which have often been transported many miles from their parent rock ledges; (3) true glacial moraines, especially terminal moraines, like that which extends the full length of Long Island and marks the southernmost limit of the great ice sheet...
Page 111 - ... at the end of their first season and dull gray-brown the following year, and armed with numerous slender straight or slightly curved chestnut brown spines, 3.5-10 cm.
Page 29 - FIG. 1-9 Pileus thin, broadly convex, nearly plane or slightly depressed in the center, obtuse or occasionally slightly umbonate, incurved on the thin naked margin when young, pale violaceous or lavender, fading with age and the escape of moisture to a pale grayish brown, often slightly tinged with reddish or yellowish hues, flesh of the young plant tinged with the color of the pileus...

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