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Petch, T.  1924.  Studies in Entomogenous Fungi III. Torrubiella. Transactions of the British Mycological Society. 9:108-128.Get the PDF
Pettit, RH.  1895.  Studies in Artificial Cultures of Entomogenous Fungi. Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Botanical and Entomological Divisions. 97:338-378.Get the PDF
Berkeley, MJ.  1860.  Sphaeriacei. Outlines Of British Fungology, containing characters of above a thousand species of fungi, and a complete list of all that have been described as natives of the British Isles.. i-xv:380-383.Get the PDF
Mains, EB.  1959.  Species of Hypocrella.. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata. 11:311-326.Get the PDF
Mains, EB.  1957.  Species of Cordyceps parasitic on Elaphomyces. Bulletin of The Torrey Botanical Club. 84:243-251.Get the PDF
Mains, EB.  1957.  Species Of Cordyceps Parasitic On Elaphomyces. Bulletin Of The Torrey Botanical Club. 84:243-51.Get the PDF
Mains, EB.  1940.  Species of Cordyceps. Mycologia. 32:310-319.Get the PDF
Kobayasi, Y.  1982.  Some pyrenomycetous fungi found in the Amazon District. Transaction of the Mycological Society of Japan. 23Get the PDF
Petch, T.  1932.  Some Philippine Entomogenous Fungi. Annales Mycologici. 30:118-121.Get the PDF
Seaver, FJ.  1908.  Some North Dakota Hypocreales. Bulletin Of The Torrey Botanical Club. 35:527-533.Get the PDF
Cooke, MC.  1883.  Some Exotic Fungi. Grevillea. 12:38-40.Get the PDF
Cunningham, GR.  1922.  A singular Cordyceps from Stephen Island, New Zealand.. Transactions of the British Mycological Society. 8:72-75.Get the PDF
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Weston Jr., WH.  1933.  Roland Thaxter. Mycologia. 25:68-89.Get the PDF
Berkeley, MJ.  1856.  Rio Niegro Fungi. Decades Of Fungi. LXI-LXII:272-280.Get the PDF
Kobayasi, Y.  1981.  Revision of the genus Cordyceps and its allies 2.. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Tokyo,. series B 7:123-129.Get the PDF
Kobayasi, Y.  1981.  Revision of the genus Cordyceps and its allies 1.. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Tokyo,. series B 7:1-13.Get the PDF