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Mushrooms of the Gulf Coast States A Field Guide to Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida

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By: Alan E Bessette(Author), Arleen F Bessette(Author), David P Lewis(Author)
576 pages, 650+ colour illustrations
Mushrooms of the Gulf Coast States
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The weather patterns and topography of America's Gulf Coast create favorable growing conditions for thousands of species of mushrooms, but the complete region has generally gone unchartered when it comes to mycology. Mushrooms of the Gulf Coast States at last delivers an in-depth, high-quality, user-friendly field guide, featuring more than 1,000 common and lesser-known species – some of which are being illustrated in color for the first time.

Using easily identifiable characteristics and a color key, the authors enable anyone, whether amateur mushroom hunter or professional mycologists, to discern and learn about the numerous species of mushrooms encountered in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Wild-food enthusiasts will appreciate the information on edibility or toxicity that accompanies each description, and they will also find the book's detailed instructions for collecting, cleaning, testing, preserving, and cooking wild mushrooms to be of great interest. Providing encyclopedic knowledge in a handy format that fits in a backpack, Mushrooms of the Gulf Coast States is a must-have for any mushroom lover.

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Alan E. Bessette is a distinguished emeritus professor of biology at Utica College of Syracuse University. A professional mycologist, he has authored or coauthored more than twenty-five books, including Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America.

Arleen F. Bessette is a mycologist and botanical photographer, winning multiple awards in the North American Mycological Association's photography competition. She has authored or coauthored eighteen books, including Mushrooms of the Southeastern United States.

A retired chemist, David P. Lewis is currently a research associate with the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago and has served as president of the Gulf States Mycological Society since 1998. In his mycological papers, Lewis has described many species new to science, several of which have been named for him.

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key New
By: Alan E Bessette(Author), Arleen F Bessette(Author), David P Lewis(Author)
576 pages, 650+ colour illustrations
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