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The King Country; or, Explorations in New Zealand. A Narrative of 600 Miles of Travel through Maoriland.

Mosses, Fungi, and Lichens

Mosses, Fungi, and Lichens.

  • Hakekakeka.—A brown, edible fungus.
  • Harori.—A white, edible fungus.
  • Haroritui.—A tree-fungus.
  • Hawai.—A tree-fungus.
  • Karerarera.—A slimy plant.
  • Karengo.—A slimy plant, growing on stones in the water.page 360
  • Koukou.—A tree-moss.
  • Kokirikiri wetu,—A globular fungus.
  • Kopura.—A scented moss, frequent in forests of Whanganui.
  • Maru.—Stag's-horn moss.
  • Pukurau.—Lycopodon fontainesii. A fungus,
  • Tikitiwhenua.—A toad-stool.