One thousand American fungi: toadstools, mushrooms, fungi, edible and poisonous : how to select and cook the edible : how to distinguish and avoid the poisonous, with full botanic descriptions (Google eBook)
Bobbs-Merrill, 1912 - Nature - 749 pages
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