Very Good+ 0486230333. Light creasing and scratching to covers.; B/w illustrations. Concerns the class of fungi that includes puffballs, stinkhorns and birds-nest fungi. Unabridged republication of 1928 work.; tall 8vo 9"-10" tall; 446 pp.
Near Fine. Book. 9 1/4 h x 6 1/2w. An informative 282 page softcover reference book. This first Dover edition, is an unabridged republication of the work originally published in 1928 by The University of North Carolina Press. about gasteromycetes, the class of fungi. Covering every species known to grow in the eastern United States and Canada. Clear descriptions and a wealth of illustrations. Reference to 140 species of puffballs, stinkhorns, and birds nest fungi. Dover edition also includes "The Gasteromycetes of Ohio" by Minnie May Johnson. Over 950 illustrations, all in black and white.
Fine. Not Issued With A Dust Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 201 pages, illustrated, + THE GASTEROMYCETAS OF OHIO. Puffballs, Birds'-Nest Fungi And Stinkhorns by Minnie May Johnson, 82 pages, illustrated. "It seems to be generally felt that there is need for a handbook of Gastermoycetes. There has been in this country no comprehensive treatment of the species as a whole and in logical order with convenient keys, and as a result this highly interesting and varied group has been neglected by many who would otherwise enjoy their study." FINE HARDCOVER.
Very Good. 1969, reprinted from the 1928 original. 201 pp., with 123 plates in rear. Softcover. Very Good copy: spine faded; light foxing and soil to wraps and text-blocks. Clean text; faint and occasional foxing to plates. (Bibliotheca Mycologica 19).
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