Sandy stilt puffball (Battarrea phalloides) by Frederick Polydor Nodder

Sandy stilt puffball (Battarrea phalloides)

Frederick Polydor Nodder

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Sandy stilt puffball (Battarrea phalloides)

Frederick Polydor Nodder

Plate 16 for the paper "An account of a new plant, of the order of fungus", by Thomas Woodward, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.74 part 2 (1784), pp.423-427. Elevation view of the fungus showing its mode of growth above and below ground with associated details of brambles. Signed lower left: "F.P.Nodder û"

Original: ink on paper. 1784

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  • The Royal Society

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