Gertrude Simmons Burlingham (/m/0b77g08)

Gertrude Simmons Burlingham was an early 20th-century mycologist best known for her work on American Russula and Lactarius and pioneering the use of microscopic spore features and iodine staining for species identification. Her life outside scientific research has been little documented with the exception of the most basic biographical information.
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