September 2, 1907
Prof. Geo. W. Carver,
My dear Prof. Carver:--
Your favor of August 28th at hand and contents noted. You will have to be sure about the synonyms that there is no other Cercospora bracteosa or C. Bracteata. The former name would be better as the latter would suggest that it is bracted.
Miss Kellogg suggests that the proper termination should be as followsin the description follow the usual method of describing the spots, then the perithecia, and then the character of the spores, giving the size of the spots, or the perithecia, and of the spores. She looked up the Cercospora as given in Saccardo. The specific name nearest the ones which you suggest is the C. brachiata which is found on Amarantus retroflexus.
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