Fungi of Southern Australia

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University of Western Australia Press, 1998 - Science - 391 pages
Introduces the reader to a broad sample of the fungi in Australia (typified by south-western representatives), offering both detailed botanical description and superb color illustration for each species described. The first six chapters provide an overview, detailing the climate, how species are des

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Hey there Cherrie, Wow so true, Such a beautiful book. It certainly opens up the world of Fungi. I was lucky enough to of purchased this book recently. :) Justin.

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I must admit before I start that I am the author's niece, Cherie and so am partially biased! However in having my Uncle go on to publish (and yes many years ago I was at the publishing affair!!) I have had the pleasure of being exposed to such a fascinating array of species that most would look at in awe and like me, not even know they even exist.
It is a brilliant explosion of colour, an exciting exploration of Australian fungi and I am very proud to not only have had read and perused it excitedly, but also that I can say he is my Uncle Neale. Brilliant Bougher!!

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