Common Mushrooms of the Northwest

Common Mushrooms of the Northwest

Alaska, Western Canada & the Northwestern United States

Book - 2012
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Each year an amazing number of mushrooms make their appearance, seemingly to have popped up over-night. What kind are they, and are they poisonous? Here at last is a fabulous new guidebook to the common fungi found in the Northwest, to help you distinguish the different species. Duane Sept's crisp, vivid, colorful photographs help to describe many of the common species found in Alaska, western Canada and the northwestern United States. This hand-book is a must for mushroom fanciers, naturalists, campers, hikers and anyone who loves the outdoors.

Publisher: Sechelt, B.C. :, Calypso Publishing,, 2012
Edition: Revised and updated edition, Revised edition
ISBN: 9780973981964
Branch Call Number: 579.609795 SEP NVD
Characteristics: 94 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm


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Jul 16, 2011

Great for beginners. At 94 pages, it touches on the most common species only.
Identifies season in which they grow, habitat, range, edibility, other names they go by and similar species.
Not bad but soon outgrew it.

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