Fungi of Australia Vol 2b: Catalogue and Bibliography of Australian Fungi 2 (Hardback)
  • Fungi of Australia Vol 2b: Catalogue and Bibliography of Australian Fungi 2 (Hardback)

Fungi of Australia Vol 2b: Catalogue and Bibliography of Australian Fungi 2 (Hardback)

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Hardback 496 Pages / Published: 25/08/2003
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Fungi of Australia Volume 2B is an essential reference for taxonomists working on Australian fungi, and anyone who wishes to use up-to-date names of Australian fungi. Together with its companion volume, Fungi of Australia Volume 2A, it gathers all the names applied to Australian macrofungi and provides the up-to-date accepted name for each species, along with a comprehensive listing of relevant literature. Volume 2B covers the larger fungi in the Basidiomycota, along with the larger Myxomycota. Groups dealt with in this volume include bracket fungi, slime moulds, puffballs, earthballs, earthstars, stinkhorns, birds nest fungi, coral fungi, jelly fungi, polypores, and stereoid, corticioid and thelephoroid fungi.

Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
ISBN: 9780643069077
Number of pages: 496

"Without doubt this book is a must for everybody interested in the region." -- PERSOONIA, Vol. 18, Part 3, 2004

"These catalogues will be an essential tool for Australian fungal taxonomists. . ." -- M J Richardson (Mycologists v.18, Part 1 Feb 2004)

"The book is a welcome and essential reference for all taxonomists working on Australian fungi and for those wanting to use up-to-date names for Australian fungi." -- Pam Catcheside, State Herbarium of South Australia (Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter Dec 2003)

"Any mycologist working in the rich tropical Southern Hemisphere regions wishing to make comparisons between the mycobiotas of different countries or regions will find this book extremely useful and a 'must' for reference. ... This book will be useful to both amateurs and professionals who are interested in knowing more about the diverse fungi of this region..." -- Teresa Iturriaga, Universtdad Dimon Balivar, Venezuela (Mycotaxon v.90 no.2 2004)

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