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TAB. III.


PEZIZA CEREA Bulliard t.


Surely sufficiently distinct from vesiculosa & cochleata, as the two following plates will shew. It is found on tan-beds.

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TAB. IV.


PEZIZA VESICULOSA Bulliard t. 457.


Very common on exposed dung-hills. It may have been passed over for P. cochleata, which is rather more rare, and affects a different situation. It is easily distinguished from cerea & cochleata by being found more or less composed of an inner and outer cup (see the perpendicular section), between which the fructification seems to be produced.

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TAB. V.


PEZIZA COCHLEATA Linn. & Huds.


This is certainly distinct from the two preceding. It grows in woods and damp places, and is always involuted more or less in a spiral manner.