A Field Guide to the Fungi of Australia

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USNW Press, 2005 - Nature - 240 pages
Australia is world-renowned for its often extraordinary and unique natural environment – including many of its plants and animals. This beautiful little book highlights an often overlooked, but just as remarkable, aspect of our natural world: Australia’s fungi. Many are brightly colored, some fluorescent; some are elegant, others squat; some are fragrant, more still are highly toxic. This field guide showcases many of these species in all their splendor.

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My sister and my brother and I, the three of us like to go mushroom collecting. I had hoped to find some information to increase our knowledge. Unfortunately I was in a hurry when buying the book and did not check it out better. I find it useless if you want to know if a particular mushroom is edible or poisonous.  

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