20: LIST OF FUNGI Exhibited by E. Cheel (See p. 159). AGARICACE^. Lepiota dolichaida Berk, k Br. — Centennial Park (on sandy soil; E. Cheel; November, 1901; No. 8). Previously only recorded from Queensland. Laccaria laccata Berk. — Belmore (on the ground; E. Cheel; July, 1906; No.9). Lentinus stihnudihs Fr. — Penshurst (on the ground; E. Cheel; Ma}', 1901; No. 12). Previously recorded from South Australia, Victoria, and Queensland. Lentinus strigosus Fr. — Peakhurst (on dead wood; E. Cheel; September, 1902; No.U). Pleurotus Cheelii Massee, Kew Bull. 1907, p. 122. — Eden, near Twofold Bay (on dead branches; E. Cheel; December, 1903; No.7). Xerotes nigrita Led. — Peakhurst (on dead wood; E. Cheel; October, 1901; No.22). Not previously recorded for Australia. Schizophyllum commune Fr. — Centennial Park (on trunks of various trees; E. Cheel; August, 1900; Nos. 13 and 42) : Leura Falls, Katoomba (A. A. Hamilton; December, 1902) : Smoky Cape near Trial Bay (F. W. Baffills; October, 1905). LYCOPERDACE.ff:. Geaster jJ^icatns Berk. — Centennial Park (on sandy soil; E. Cheel; December, 1900). Geaster vittatus Kalch. — Botanic Gardens, Sydney (on the ground; E. Cheel; December, 1902). Geast>ir saccatus Fr. — Woy Woy (on the ground; Miss M. Flockton; April, 1907). Lycoperdon australe Berk., forma major Massee. — Centennial Park (on sandy soil; E. Cheel; March, 1901; No.ll). Not pre-viously recorded.