The Rev. Mr. Relhan found three specimens of this plant growing at a little distance from each other on the north side of Gogmagog hills. The upper side of the pileus was silky, and the edges slightly fringed with the same silky membrace, like Agaricus araneosus.
There seems some affinity between this little fungus and Lycoperdon phalloides Dicks. Fasc. t. 24, figured by Mr. Woodward in the Phil. Trans. vol. 74, 423, t. 16. and in Dr. Smith's Spicilegium t. 12. See also Phallus conicus Flo. Dan. t. 1554.
RETICULARIA HEMISPHÆRICA Bulliard t.
Gathered in Hampstead and Hornsey woods, Wanstead gardens, &c. in moist places, growing on decaying plants of various kinds, on mosses, sticks, &c. in all directions.
PEZIZA EPIDENDRA Bulliard t. 467.
This beautiful fungus was found at Camberwell among rotten sticks, sometimes protruding from a