Fungi Without Gills (Hymenomycetes and Gasteromycetes): An Identification Handbook
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 30, 1990 - Science - 329 pages
An identification handbook containing descriptions of 974 species of non-gilled fungi in 277 genera and figures of 543 of them. There are two major keys to genera and a key to the species in each genus that contains more than one species. The fungi described and illustrated can nearly all be found in Great Britain.
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