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NATURAL HISTORY, TORONTO REGION Didymiaceae.

Didymium nigripes, Fries.

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squamulosum, Fr.*

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melanospermum, Macbr.*

Mucilago spongiosa, Morgan. Stemonitaceae.

Stemonitis fusca, Roth.*

"   splendens, Rost.

"   herbatica, Peck. Comatricha nigra, Schroeter.*

"   typhoides, Rost.*

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species.*

Amaurochaetaceae.

Brefeldia maxima, Rost.*

A magnificent specimen nearly eight inches in diameter was found on an oak stump in High Park, October, 1906.

Heterodermaceae.

Cribraria macrocarpa, Schrad.*

,,   aurantiaca, Schrad.*

"   splendens, Pers.*

Dictydium cancellatum, Macbr.* Tubulinaceae.

Tubifera ferruginosa, Gmel.*

"   stipitata, Macbr.

A very characteristic specimen of this unusual species was recently collected and presented by T. Langton, Esq., K.C.

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