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By: Elsa Wood(Author), Jon Dunkelman(Author)
336 pages, ~800 colour photos, 10 b/w illustrations
Language: English with bilingual preface in English and Welsh
The vital role of fungi in the ecology of grasslands is becoming more widely appreciated, sparking an increasing interest in identification. Compiled from surveys in the Lower Wye Valley, this ﬁeld guide covers the species that are commonly found in meadows and other grasslands throughout the UK including the colourful waxcaps and many other fascinating species.
- More than 170 species with clear descriptions of each, and over 800 photographs.
- Key indentiﬁcation points to help distinguish between similar species.
- Designed to be suitable for the beginner and amateur enthusiast, it will appeal to anyone with an interest in grassland mycology.
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