Pwdre Ser.

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DOUBTLESS many of your readers will suggest that Pwdre Ser may, in some cases at least, be the jelly-like Plasmodium of Spumaria alba, D.C., a common British myxomycete. The size, colour, time, and places where found agree well with Prof. McKenny Hughes's description, but how it should be connected with meteors this identification, if correct, would in no way explain.

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FRY, A. Pwdre Ser.. Nature 83, 521 (1910). https://doi.org/10.1038/083521d0

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