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  • British Boletes; With Keys to Species
    British Boletes; With Keys to Species by Geoffrey Kibby

    Boletes are some of the most popular fungi around the world, both because they are often choice edibles and also because of their frequently exotic colours and large size. There are approximately 80 species in Britain and this book aims to provide user-friendly identification keys and descriptions to all the known species along with colour photos of the majority of species. Colour photographs, keys, 78pp. 4th edition 2012

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  • The Genus Russula in Great Britain with Synoptic Keys to Species
    The Genus Russula in Great Britain with… by Geoffrey Kibby

    Species of the Genus Russula are some of the most common fungi that we see in woodlands, often of large size and displaying striking colours. And yet they are also some of the most confusing and difficult to identify of all the fungi. This book seeks to provide an easy to use keying system to help you identify the nearly 160 species to be found in Great Britain. Colour photographs, keys, 119pp. 2012

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  • The Genus Amanita in Great Britain
    The Genus Amanita in Great Britain by Geoffrey Kibby

    Species of the genus Amanita include some of the most striking and beautiful members of our forest and downland mycota. Often large in size and with bright colours they have long fascinated mycologists and non-mycologists alike. That some species are delicious edibles while others produce deadly toxins only adds to their glamour. Colour photographs and illustrations, 50pp. 2012

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  • The Genus Agaricus in Britain
    The Genus Agaricus in Britain by Geoffrey Kibby

    The genus Agaricus includes both the common Field Mushroom and the cultivated mushroom, both enormously important as sources of food. But as well as these two species there are a further 40 or more species present in Britain, not all of which are good edibles and some of which are toxic. Colour photographs, keys, 51pp. 3rd edition 2012

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  • Pocket Nature Fungi
    Pocket Nature Fungi by Shelley Evans, Geoffrey Kibby

    A compact and easy to use guide to identify over 440 species of fungi found in Britain and northwest Europe. Close up photographs in natural surroundings for quick and accurate identification, 296pp. 2010 edition

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
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