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Atlas of Invertebrate-Pathogenic Fungi of Thailand: Volume 4

Flora / Fauna
By: Janet Jennifer Luangsa-ard(Author), Kanoksri Tasanathai(Author), Suchada Mongkolsamrit(Author), Nigel Hywel-Jones(Author)
102 pages, 31 plates with colour photos; 3 colour photos, 1 b/w line drawing, 1 colour map
Atlas of Invertebrate-Pathogenic Fungi of Thailand: Volume 4
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This is the fourth volume in a continuing series which will illustrate ca. 30 taxa a year of invertebrate-pathogenic fungi from Thailand, studied by the BIOTEC research team. As with the first volume, this is not an authoritative taxonomic treatment of these fungi. However, it is hoped that for each taxon enough information is brought together to give the interested reader some insight into the diversity and distribution of these fungi in Thailand.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Janet Jennifer Luangsa-ard(Author), Kanoksri Tasanathai(Author), Suchada Mongkolsamrit(Author), Nigel Hywel-Jones(Author)
102 pages, 31 plates with colour photos; 3 colour photos, 1 b/w line drawing, 1 colour map
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