Luminous Leaves and Stalks from Bengal

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PROF. BULLER, of Manitoba, Winnipeg, in his “Researches on Fungi,” vol. 3, published in 1924, states on p. 426 that he is now able to affirm that luminous leaves, in addition to occurring in France, Germany and Java, as reported by Tulasne in 1848 and Molisch in 1904, also occur in England, Canada, and the United States; and that as time goes on, doubtless many other countries will be added to this list.

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BOSE, S. Luminous Leaves and Stalks from Bengal. Nature 117, 156–157 (1926). https://doi.org/10.1038/117156b0

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