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A la Découverte des Champignons de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté [Discovering the Mushrooms of Burgundy-Franche-Comté]

Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide
By: Claude Page(Author), Jean-Marc Moingeon(Author), Andgelo Mombert(Author), Gilbert Moyne(Author), Daniel Sugny(Author), Jean-Pierre Dechaume(Author), Raymond Herbert(Contributor)
612 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: BIOTOPE
A la Découverte des Champignons de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté [Discovering the Mushrooms of Burgundy-Franche-Comté]
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  • A la Découverte des Champignons de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté [Discovering the Mushrooms of Burgundy-Franche-Comté] ISBN: 9782366622744 Hardback Sep 2021 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: French

This book presents nearly 900 species of mushrooms. In addition to the inevitable edible, toxic and deadly species that any amateur must know how to recognize, this guide also presents a very rich panorama of the common or rarer species that make fungi a completely fascinating and still very little known realm today.

Each species is placed on the Red List of Franche-Comté mushrooms, and a chapter is entirely devoted to heritage species in the departments of Burgundy and Franche Comté in eastern France – those that have scientific or symbolic interest because of their rarity, protection or threats hanging over them.

The authors, all passionate regional mycologists, offer a unique work enriched with quality iconography. They also reveal a dozen sites that are home to processions of original mushrooms: beech-fir forests, peat bogs, forest plantations, swamp forests, high-altitude stubble fields, etc. Suggested walking itineraries to rediscover some of the most prestigious natural sites in the region are included.

This book is intended to disseminate knowledge that will allow everyone to become familiar with this astonishing fungal diversity, from amateur and specialist mycologists to environmental management professionals and naturalists passionate about harvesting.

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Ce livre présente près de 900 espèces de champignons. Outre les inévitables espèces comestibles, toxiques et mortelles que tout amateur se doit de savoir reconnaître, ce guide présente également un très riche panorama des espèces communes ou plus rares qui font des champignons un monde tout à fait fascinant et encore aujourd’hui fort méconnu.

Chaque espèce est replacée au sein de la Liste rouge des champignons de Franche-Comté, et un chapitre est entièrement consacré aux espèces patrimoniales en Bourgogne-Franche Comté – celles qui ont un intérêt scientifique ou symbolique en raison de leur rareté, de leur protection ou des menaces qui pèsent sur elles.

Les auteurs, tous mycologues régionaux passionnés, nous proposent un ouvrage unique enrichi d’une iconographie de qualité. Ils nous dévoilent également une douzaine de sites qui abritent des cortèges de champignons originaux : hêtraies-sapinières, tourbières, plantations forestières, forêts marécageuses, chaumes d’altitude, … une belle idée de balade pour redécouvrir certains des sites naturels les plus prestigieux de la région.

Ce livre est destiné à diffuser des connaissances qui permettront à chacun, mycologue amateur ou spécialiste, professionnel de la gestion environnementale ou simple passionné de la récolte, de se familiariser avec cette étonnante diversité fongique

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Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide
By: Claude Page(Author), Jean-Marc Moingeon(Author), Andgelo Mombert(Author), Gilbert Moyne(Author), Daniel Sugny(Author), Jean-Pierre Dechaume(Author), Raymond Herbert(Contributor)
612 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: BIOTOPE
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