GUIDE TO THE MUSHROOMS OF EUROPE. VOLUME I B. CettoEdiciones OMEGA
This superb guide to European mushrooms is one of the most comprehensive of its kind. This first volume contains only the most frequent species. The description of all species is extensive and includes the scientific name and its etymology, the synonyms, the vulgar names in various languages, the description of the cap, the laminae, the foot, the flesh, the spores, the habitat and considerations on their edibility.
The scientific level of the text , together with the large number of species described and the quality of the color photographs, make this work irreplaceable in the library of the biologist, naturalist, amateur or expert in higher fungi.
General information on fungi. Mycorrhizae. Utility of fungi. Morphological examination. Schematic classification of fungi. Systematic tables. Toxicology of fungi. Comparative table between toxic species and edible species that can be confused with each other. Mushrooms in the kitchen. Iconographic and descriptive part of more than 2500 species.
Illustrated with 381 color photographs
CHARACTERISTICS GUIDE TO THE FUNGI OF EUROPE. VOLUME I
- Author/s: B. Cetto
- Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
- Printing: Color
- Number of pages: 668
- Year of publication: 1987
- Number of editions: 2
- Translator/s: Translated by J. M.Elósegui, member of the Mycology section of the Society of Natural Sciences of San Sebastián
- ISBN: 978-84-282-0539-9
- Measurements: 13 (W) x 17 (H)