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Field Guides & Natural History  Mycology

Macrofungi Associated with Oaks of Eastern North America

Field / Identification Guide
By: Denise E Binion, Steven L Stephenson, William C Roody, Harold Burdsall and
467 pages, illustrations
Macrofungi Associated with Oaks of Eastern North America
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  • Macrofungi Associated with Oaks of Eastern North America ISBN: 9781933202365 Paperback Sep 2008 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Macrofungi Associated with Oaks of Eastern North America, which was written as a companion to Field Guide to Oak Species of Eastern North America, represents the first major publication devoted exclusively to the macrofungi that occur in association with oak trees in the forests of eastern North America. The macrofungi covered in this volume include many of the more commom examples of the three groups (mycorrhizal fungi, decomposers, and pathogens) that are ecologically important to the forest ecosystems in which oaks occur.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Denise E Binion, Steven L Stephenson, William C Roody, Harold Burdsall and
467 pages, illustrations
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