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Author: Karl B. McKnight
Publisher: Peterson Field Guides
A new approach to identifying mushrooms based on five key features that can be observed while in the field. Toadstools, truffles, boletes and morels, witches' butter, conks, corals, puffballs and earthstars: mushrooms are both mysterious and ecologically essential. They can also be either delicious or deadly. Thousands of different species of mushrooms appear across North America in the woods, backyards, and in unexpected corners. Learning to distinguish them is a rewarding challenge for a naturalist or chef. Covering most of the common edible and poisonous species readers are likely to encounter, this portable-sized field guide takes a new, simple approach to the method of mushroom identification based on key features that do not require a microscope or technical vocabulary. In addition to the watercolors from the original edition, hundreds more illustrations have been added. These paintings make use of the limited space available in a field guide and focus on the distinguishing details of each species, thereby serving as an ideal tool for beginner and intermediate mycologists alike.
Simple and Advanced Techniques for Growing Shiitake, Oyster, Lion's Mane, and
Maitake Mushrooms at Home STEPHEN RUSSELL ß Storey Publishing The
mission of Storey Publishing is to serve our customers. THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE
Author: Stephen Russell
Publisher: Storey Publishing
From the basics of using mushroom kits to working with grain spawn, liquid cultures, and fruiting chambers, Stephen Russell covers everything you need to know to produce mouthwatering shiitakes, oysters, lion’s manes, maitakes, and portobellos. Whether you’re interested in growing them for your own kitchen or to sell at a local market, you’ll soon be harvesting a delicious and abundant crop of mushrooms.
Mushrooms and Toadstools—A field guide. Ed. Bill Mackeith ... Studies on Wild
Edible mushroom of Himachal Pradesh (N.W. Himalayas)-I Ethnomycology,
Production and trade of Morchella species (Gucchi). ... Saini, S.S. and Atri, N.S.
Author: K. G. Mukerji
Publisher: I. K. International Pvt Ltd
Fungal world embodies diversified groups which colonize, multiply and survive in nature on many macro- and micro-ecological niches and substrates. Fungi are eukaryotic, achlorophyllous, filamentous or unicellular living organisms which are ubiquitous and cosmopolitan in distribution. Of the estimated 1.5 million fungal species, more than 98,000 fungal species have been described. Approximately 28,000 fungal species are reported from India. The fungi play an important role in biodegradation, recycling of organic matter, pharmaceutical industries, agriculture, medicine, industry, bioremediation, waste management and other activities. In India hardly we have database but for few a books on Indian fungi, compiled from time to time by some mycologists. The present book includes 16 chapters contributed by eminent mycologists. Chapters include data on diversity, taxonomy, ecology and application of Helicosporous fungi, genus Spegazzinia, Rusts and Smuts, Chaetomiaceae, Macrophomina, Rhizoctonia, Russula, wild edible fungi, poisonous mushrooms, insect fungi and other related aspects. This book will be very useful and a valuable addition to the existing literature on the same subject.
271 Woolly Fiber Head, w. Va-Wa", p. 630 % V 272 Ringless Honey Mushroom,
w. 1-4", p. 737 ^^SS* 273 Tawny Almond Waxy Cap, w. 2-6", />. 655 0 274
Straight-stalked Entoloma, w. 1-2", p. 646 m&; 275. Mushrooms with Attached
Author: Gary H. Lincoff
Publisher: National Audubon Society Field
Covers 725 species, with full-color photographs, descriptions, identification keys, notes on folklore, and advice on edibility
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Author: G. C. A. Van der Westhuizen
Includes clear colour photographs (mostly two per species: one in situ, the other showing mushroom parts in greater detail in a laboratory setting) and explanatory text opposite each photograph. Line drawings (115 in total) are used to describe the different mushroom parts and their various forms.
Author: Roy Watling
Publisher: Mad River PressInc
Overzicht van publikatieverwijzingen, ingedeeld naar soorten van paddestoelen en landen, van mycologische organisaties en van mycologische tijdschriften
MUSHROOM. £3. SS Armillaria novae-zelandiae DESCRIPTION: Has a flat,
honeycoloured to dark brown, slimy cap 3–8 cm across, with crowded creamy-
white gills. The stalk is also cream, becoming dark brown below the skirt-like ring.
Author: Andrew Crowe
Publisher: Godwit Pub
This revised and updated edition describes in detail over 160 native edible plants. Trees, shrubs, herbs, ferns, mushrooms, lichens and seaweeds are covered, with information on their utilization, in particular by Maoris, their nutritional value, where they can be found and when.
An Evolutionary Guide to Backyard Biology. Romans, for example ... Mushrooms
Demystified. Berkeley ... Fungi. Delight of Curiosity. Toronto: University of Toronto
Press. Cooke, Roderic. 1977. The Biology of Symbiotic Fungi. New York: John ...
Simon and Schuster's Guide to Mushrooms. New York: ... (Original research
reported in Science, December 17, 1982) Tzean, S.S. and G.L. Barron. 1983. A
Publisher: Plexus Pub
The author uses common creatures to explain how they fit into the scheme of nature & overall patterns of evolution.