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Field Guides & Natural History  Mycology

Fungi of Belize

Field / Identification Guide
By: Russell J Gray(Author)
152 pages, colour photos
Fungi of Belize
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  • Fungi of Belize ISBN: 9780692183557 Paperback Sep 2018 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 4 days
Price: £39.99
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A portable field guide featuring over 100 species of fungi. As a well-rounded, visual, and descriptive manual, Fungi of Belize provides a broad variety of fungi-related material. In addition to identification of fungi, phylogenetics, natural history, cultivation, and mycological field work are also included. Although the content of this book is based firmly on science, there is little to no scientific jargon or technical terminology. All subject matter is communicated in easy-to-understand language, making Fungi of Belize the perfect companion for aspiring mycologists, naturalists, and those who are just fascinated by fungi and willing to learn.

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Russell J. Gray is a scientist and naturalist who has worked with a wide range of species throughout the tropics and neotropics.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Russell J Gray(Author)
152 pages, colour photos
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