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Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest

Timber Press Field Guide

Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest
Steve Trudell By (author)
Joe Ammirati By (author)
9780881929355
Product ID:  682935
$37.95
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2009/07/22
Timber Press

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6.1 X 8.5 in
352 pg


NATURE / Plants / Mushrooms
TRAVEL / United States / West / Pacific (AK, CA, HI, OR, WA)
REFERENCE / Personal & Practical Guides

Description

Mushrooms can be found everywhere during every season in the Pacific Northwest, and as foraging becomes more and more popular for locals and tourists alike, it’s never been more crucial to have a thorough guide. As a part of the Timber Press Field Guide book series, Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest is the must-have book for accurate mushroom identification. 


Reviews

“Authoritative, thoughtfully organized, and filled with excellent photos.” —SciTech Book News

“Hold on to your hats, mushroom lovers! This beautifully illustrated guide presents descriptions and photographs of 460 of the region’s most conspicuous, distinctive, and ecologically important mushrooms.” —Chuckanut Reader



Author Bio

Steve Trudell is affiliate curator in the Burke Museum Herbarium at the University of Washington. He belongs to the Mycological Society of America, North American Mycological Association, and International Mycorrhiza Society. He writes for several mycological publications and frequently serves as foray mycologist and lecturer for mycological societies.


Joe Ammirati is professor of biology and teaches mycology and botany at the University of Washington. His research focuses mainly on the classification and evolutionary relationships of the gilled fungi, particularly in the genus Cortinarius, but also includes mushroom biogeography and co-evolution, mushroom toxicity, and fungal diversity of arctic/alpine, boreal, and subalpine habitats. Joe is the scientific advisor to the Puget Sound Mycological Society and Pacific Northwest Key Council.