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Senn was lnevitably very deeply involved with the congress, but, because of the departmental reorganization, had to delegate a gneat deal of correspondence and other work to Clanence Frankton who worked almost full time on fhe congress for about 2 Years. O. A. Parmelee, who had been assistant curator sj-nce 1954. In due course Parmeleel who was at the University of Toronto during the 1959 move, supervised the move to the William Saunders Bullding in October 1969. This move anct that of the Vascular Pl-ant Herbarium were handled by professional movers, but staff members transported much light and fragile equipment.

He had joint j-nterests in flowering plants and rust fungi from his undergraduate days, whi-ch were enhanced by contacts at Michigan; but these academic pursuits were inevitably subordinated during several years of work on fruit and vegetabl-e diseases, and coul-d not be freely developed until- the onset of botanicomycological exploration in 1949. He then worked pnimarily with rusts and smuts but afso wilh other groups of foliicolous biotrophic fungi. Theneafter hls taxonomic wonk with parasitic fungi refl-ected ecological aspecLs of the parasites, co-evol-ution of hosts and parasites, use of parasites to indicate host relafionships, and biogeographic history of Canadlan plants.

Despite substantial difficulties Groves published Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms in Canad? (1962) , as an aid to amateur col-fectors. It made no aftempt at completeness buL connected many ennors of Lhe L927 work. Only after Grovest death was a staff position opened specificatly in agarieology. W. A. Redhead. The great recenf progress in Canadian agari-cology shows the importance of having a full-time worker in this field. The Mycological Herbarium officially became national in 1932 when fhe roles of the Division of Botany and of the National Museum were clanified' but the depression and the onsef of World War II curtaiLed 1ts expansion.

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