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Cortinarius in Sweden (2-Volume Set)

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: Karl Soop(Author)
184 pages, 34 plates with colour photos
Publisher: Karl Soop
Cortinarius in Sweden (2-Volume Set)
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  • Cortinarius in Sweden (2-Volume Set) ISBN: 9789197846462 Edition: 14 Spiralbound Jan 2014 Out of Print #211387
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Language: English

Please note that from the 15th edition onwards the author is making this work available for free through his own website: http://karl.soop.org/English/mycopub.html

A survey of this interesting and ecologically critical fungal genus, covering the Swedish flora but largely applicable to Europe as a whole. This new edition with a revised set of taxa, comprises a key and detailed descriptions of 254 species and discusses further 128 varieties and related taxa. Cortinarius in Sweden is split into two binds, one of which contains 34 colour plates, depicting 136 critical or rare species.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: Karl Soop(Author)
184 pages, 34 plates with colour photos
Publisher: Karl Soop
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