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Academic & Professional Books  Mycology

Fungi on Trees A Photographic Reference

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By: David Humphries(Author), Christopher Wright(Author)
900+ colour photos
Fungi on Trees
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This must-have reference features in-depth biographies of 100 species of fungi found on trees and is illustrated with more than 900 colour photographs. Annual and perennial sections cover brackets, clubs and balls, coral fungi, crusts, cushions, jellies, mushrooms, polypores, slime moulds, toothed fungi. This book is aimed at arboricultural professionals – and others with an interest in the subject – who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of fungi on trees.

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By: David Humphries(Author), Christopher Wright(Author)
900+ colour photos
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