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Field Guides & Natural History  Mycology

Kosmos Pilzführer für Unterwegs [The Kosmos Mushroom Guide for on the Road]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Hans E Laux(Author)
176 pages, 174 colour photos, 86 colour illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
Kosmos Pilzführer für Unterwegs [The Kosmos Mushroom Guide for on the Road]
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  • Kosmos Pilzführer für Unterwegs [The Kosmos Mushroom Guide for on the Road] ISBN: 9783440156797 Edition: 2 Paperback Jun 2017 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Language: German

Kosmos Pilzführer für Unterwegs shows the 165 most common German mushroom species, each with a photo and additional drawings. With the practical classification by location, finding and identifying them is easy, because each fungus has specific demands of its habitat. So, some species of fungus occur only on wood, others only in coniferous forest or only on meadows. Starting from the habitat, identification is possible without much prior knowledge. Recommended by the German nature conservancy Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU).

Summary in German:
Der Pilzführer für Unterwegs zeigt die 165 häufigsten Arten, jeweils mit Foto und ergänzenden Zeichnungen. Mit der praxisnahen Einteilung nach Standorten wird das Finden und Bestimmen leicht, denn jeder Pilz hat bestimmte Ansprüche an seinen Wuchsort. Daher kommen einige Pilzarten nur auf Holz, andere nur im Nadelwald oder ausschließlich auf Wiesen vor. Vom Lebensraum ausgehend gelingt das Bestimmen auch ohne große Vorkenntnisse. Empfohlen vom NABU.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Hans E Laux(Author)
176 pages, 174 colour photos, 86 colour illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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