Fungi (Collins New Naturalist)

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A comprehensive account of the natural history of fungi, from their lifestyle, habitats and ecology to their uses for humans. Brian Spooner and Peter Roberts are both widely respected experts in fungi from the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. In this highly authoritative guide they examine all aspects of fungi, from their lifestyle and habitats to their diverse reproductive strategies. With practical tips on collecting, preserving and identifying fungi, this is an ideal reference guide for enthusiastic amateurs and professionals alike.

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Brian Spooner is a mycologist at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. He has participated in field expeditions and biodiversity projects in Malaysia and Australia. He regularly leads forays for the British Mycological Society. He is the author of several books and numerous research papers. Peter Roberts is also a mycologist at Kew, who has organised and led forays for the Field Studies Council and the British Mycological Society in Britain and overseas. He is an editor of the journal Mycologist and author of numerous research papers and books.

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Spooner, Brian & Roberts, Peter
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Book Description Collins, London, 2005. Cloth. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. First edition. Illustrated, large thick 8vo, pp 594, a very good new copy in a dustwrapper which is now nicely protected in a removable plastic cover. [How do we use fungi in medicine? How can we identify edible mushrooms? Brian Spooner and Peter Roberts are both widely respected experts in fungi from the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. In this highly authoritative guide they examine all aspects of fungi, from their lifestyle and habitats to their diverse reproductive strategies. New Naturalist Fungi covers all aspects of the subject including: the biology and evolution of fungi; fungi as agents of growth and decay; the relation of fungi to man, mammals and parasites; their natural and man-made habitats. Exploring the rich variety of mushrooms and toadstools found living in woodlands, grasslands, coastlines, rivers, and man-made habitats such as compost heaps, this New Naturalist volume is packed with information covering virtually every aspect of fungi. There is even a section on fungi in folklore and how humans have used fungi for medicinal purposes. With practical tips on collecting, preserving and identifying fungi, this is an ideal reference guide for enthusiastic amateurs and professionals alike.]. Bookseller Inventory # 009429

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