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How to Identify Mushrooms to Genus I: Macroscopic Features

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual Identification Key Out of Print
By: DL Largent and DE Stuntz
166 pages, Illus
Publisher: Mad River Press
How to Identify Mushrooms to Genus I: Macroscopic Features
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  • How to Identify Mushrooms to Genus I: Macroscopic Features ISBN: 9780916422004 Paperback Dec 1986 Out of Print #95237
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Includes: key to Fresian genera using only macroscopic features; illustrated chart which separates genera according to general appearance and spore colour; and descriptions of the Fresian genera with comments and a list of modern genera under each.

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Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual Identification Key Out of Print
By: DL Largent and DE Stuntz
166 pages, Illus
Publisher: Mad River Press
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