Author:Miles Joseph Berkeley

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Miles Joseph Berkeley
(1803–1889)
An English cryptogamist.

Standard botanical author abbreviation: Berk.

Miles Joseph Berkeley

Works[edit]

  • The English Flora: volume 5, part 2, 1836
  • Notices of British fungi, (1837-1885)
  • On the fructification of the pileate and clavate tribes of hymenomycetous fungi" in Annals of natural history, pp. 81 - 101, 1838
  • Description of exotic fungi in the collection of Sir W. J. Hooker, from memoirs and notes of J. F. Klotzsch, with additions and corrections in Annals of natural history 3 pp. 325-401 , 1839
  • On the fructification of 99 Lycoperdon, 121 Phallus, and their allied genera in Annals of natural history 4 pp. 155–159, 1840
  • Notices of some Brazilian fungi in The London Journal of Botany pp. 629-643, 1843
  • Decades of Fungi in Journal of Botany, (1844 - 1856)
  • Centurie de plantes cellulaires exotiques nouvelles, with Jean Pierre Francois and Camille Montagne (1849) in Annales des Sciences Naturelles. Botanique pp. 235 – 256
  • Contributions to the mycology of North America in American Journal of Science and Arts, with Moses Ashley Curtis (1849-1850)
  • The botany of the Antarctic voyage: Fungi (1855-1860)
  • Introduction to Cryptogamic Botany, 1857
  • Characters of new fungi, collected in the North Pacific exploring expedition by Charles Wright in Proceedings of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences, USA 4 pp. 111-130, with Moses Ashley Curtis (1860)
  • Outlines of British Fungology, 1860
  • Fungi Cubenses in The Journal of the Linnean Society. Botany 10 pp. 280-392, with Moses Ashley Curtis, 1869
  • Notices of North American Fungi in Grevillea, (1872-1876)
  • Enumeration of the fungi of ceylon in The Journal of the Linnean Society, with Christopher Edmund Broome (1875) Botany 14 pp. 29-140
  • The fungi of Brazil, including those collected by J. W. H. Trail... In 1874 in The Journal of the Linnean Society. Botany 15 p. 363, with Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, 1877

Works about Berkeley[edit]

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