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Flore Iconographique des Champignons du Congo, Fasc. 16: Clavaires et Thelephora, Chlorophyllum

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Edred John Henry Corner(Author), P Heinemann(Author), M Goossens-Fontana(Illustrator)
18 pages, 1 plate with b/w photos, 2 plates with colour illustrations;
Flore Iconographique des Champignons du Congo, Fasc. 16: Clavaires et Thelephora, Chlorophyllum
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Language: French

This fascicle covers what the French call the "Clavaires", arborescent mushrooms that are nowadays grouped in the genus Ramaria, and the genera Thelephora and Chlorophyllum. The unopened pages and separate plates come loose in a folder for further binding, as was normal with multi-volume scientific treatised published in this era.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Edred John Henry Corner(Author), P Heinemann(Author), M Goossens-Fontana(Illustrator)
18 pages, 1 plate with b/w photos, 2 plates with colour illustrations;
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