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Atlas of Invertebrate-Pathogenic Fungi of Thailand: Volume 3

Flora / Fauna
By: JJ Luangsa-ard, K Tasanathai, S Mongkolsamrit and N Hywel-Jones
96 pages, 32 colour photos, 1 colour map
Atlas of Invertebrate-Pathogenic Fungi of Thailand: Volume 3
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This is the third volume in a continuing series which will illustrate ca. 30 taxa a year of Thai invertebrate-pathogenic fungi of Thailand. In this volume a section on the isolation and culture of invertebrate-pathogenic fungi was added in order to give the reader some insight into the diversity and distribution of these fungi in Thailand.

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Flora / Fauna
By: JJ Luangsa-ard, K Tasanathai, S Mongkolsamrit and N Hywel-Jones
96 pages, 32 colour photos, 1 colour map
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