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Field Guides & Natural History  Mycology

Microfungi on Land Plants An Identification Handbook

Field / Identification Guide
By: Martin B Ellis and J Pamela Ellis
868 pages, 213 plates
Microfungi on Land Plants
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A landmark in mycological literature when first published in 1985, this revised edition contains a new foreword by David Hawksworth, a complete facsimile of the original work, an update and supplement, an extended bibliography, and a revised and expanded index, including references to the additional species and figures, and cross-references to the principal name-changes made since 1985. In total some 3,500 species are dealt with, all in sufficient detail to allow for accurate identification.

Contains the following chapters:
Plurivorous Wood and Bark Fungi
Plurivorous Leaf-litter Fungi
Fungi Specific to Trees, Shrubs and Woody Climbers
Fungi Specific to Herbaceous Plants other than Grasses, Rushes, Sedges, Bur-reeds and Reedmaces
Plurivorous Fungi on Grasses
Fungi Specific to Grasses
Fungi on Rushes, Sedges, Bur-reeds and Reedmaces
Fungi on Ferns, Horsetails and Clubmosses
Fungi Parasitic on Rusts and Powdery Mildews

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Martin B Ellis and J Pamela Ellis
868 pages, 213 plates
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