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New Naturalist No 96 Fungi

New Naturalist No 96 Fungi

by Spooner, Brian/ Roberts, Peter

Records of the South Australian Museum Volume IX No 1 (1948)

Records of the South Australian Museum Volume IX No 1 (1948)

by Hale, Herbert H. [Edited by)

Adelaide: South Australia Museum. 1948. Small Quarto Size [approx 17.5cm x 24cm]. Very Good condition. Original contents bound in facsimile covers. Colour and black & white illustrations. 106 pages Contains a number of natural history articles on Australian Cumacea; South Australian Fungi, Revision of the Lacertilian Genus, Mallee Hen, Water Rats and more . 1st Edition. Softcover.
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AU$10.00
A Treatise on the Esculent Funguses of England

A Treatise on the Esculent Funguses of England

by Charles David Badham

Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London: Lovell Reeve, 1863 Second edition with 12 superb hand coloured plates - all with sensible pencil annotations. Original gilt decorated cloth in need of repair - spine is splitting with minute loss; front board has gilt decorated picture of mushrooms. Copy has bookplate of W H West and signature of Fred Harrison 1901. Text is clean, some pages loose
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£70.00
Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of Cryptogamic Plants belonging chiefly to the Order Fungi; and Intended to Serve as a Continuation of English Botany

Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of Cryptogamic Plants belonging chiefly to the Order Fungi; and Intended to Serve as a Continuation of English Botany

by Robert Kaye Greville

Edinburgh and London: Maclachlan & Stewart; Bladwin, Cradock & Joy, 1823 A very good copy in 6 volumes dating from 1823-1828, with 360 hand coloured plates. Robert Kaye Greville, 1794-1866, had medical training but an assured income allowed him to choose a more diverse life in science and art, and in his public work - where he became a leading voice against slavery. He published his Scottish Cryptogamic Flora in monthly parts, intending it to complete the catalogue of flora in Smith and... Read more
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£2,500.00
Flore Iconographique des Champignons du Congo. Fascicules 9-17

Flore Iconographique des Champignons du Congo. Fascicules 9-17

by Walter Robyns [editor]

Bruxelles: Ministere de L'Agriculture - Jardin Botanique de L'Etat, 1960 A bound collection of 9 scientific papers (numbers 9-17), forming the second half of a major study on the Congo mushroom flora. In stout library-style binding with gilt lettering to spine. The original paper wraps for each part are bound in and there is the index for the whole work at the rear. With numerous colour plate illustrations. The binding is in very good condition with a little rubbing/bumping to corners. Internally... Read more
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£60.00
Coloured Figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms Vols I-III with Supplement

Coloured Figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms Vols I-III with Supplement

by James Sowerby

London : Printed by J Davis [Vols I & II] and B Wilks [Vol III] for the Author, 1798 A very good copy of the complete 3 volume 1st edition including later Supplement, with 440 hand coloured plates on 436 leaves. This work was James Sowerby's follow up to his successful English Botany and he both drew, and engraved the plates and oversaw the colouring. He immersed himself in the study of mushrooms over the period of work, which was published between 1798 and 1809, including creating 200 models of... Read more
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£12,000.00
Pythiaceous Fungi, A review.

Pythiaceous Fungi, A review.

by Rangaswami, G

New Delhi, Indian Council of Agriculture Research, 1962. 276 pp. Index. Hard Cover (with dustjacket). l Library stamp and barcode on first free endpapers. Dustjacket in bad condition.
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€44.00
ECOLOGY OF FUNGI

ECOLOGY OF FUNGI

by Robinson, R. K

London: The English Universities Press, 1967. 116 pages; b/w illustrations. Original dust jacket fine with slight wear to edges only. Hard back binding fine. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A fine copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo.
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£9.00
COLLINS GUIDE TO MUSHROOMS & TOADSTOOLS With 96 colour plates from Flora Agaricina Danica

COLLINS GUIDE TO MUSHROOMS & TOADSTOOLS With 96 colour plates from Flora Agaricina Danica

by Lange, Morten; F Baynard Hora

London: Collins, 1978. Classic Collins field-guide. 257 pages; 96 colour plates, pictorial end-papers. Pictorial laminated boards (issued without a dust jacket), very good with minimal wear. Contents clean and tight, unmarked. A very good to fine copy. A field guide to over 600 species of fungi found in Britain and Northern Europe. . Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.
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£8.00
COLLINS GUIDE TO MUSHROOMS & TOADSTOOLS With 96 colour plates from Flora Agaricina Danica

COLLINS GUIDE TO MUSHROOMS & TOADSTOOLS With 96 colour plates from Flora Agaricina Danica

by Lange, Morten; F Baynard Hora

London: Collins, 1963. First edition of this classic Collins field-guide. 257 pages; 96 colour plates, pictorial end-papers. Dust jacket very good, a little marked and toned, not price-clipped, now protected in a clear removable archival sleeve. Hardback binding very good and bright. Contents clean and tight, previous owner's neat name to the front paste-down mostly hidden under the front flap of the jacket. A very good copy with very good dust jacket. A field guide to over 600 species of fungi... Read more
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£20.00
THE YOUNG SPECIALIST LOOKS AT FUNGI

THE YOUNG SPECIALIST LOOKS AT FUNGI

by Haas, Hans

London: Burke, 1969. (translated and edited by Alfred Leutscher. Colour plates by Gabriel Gossner. Line drawings by Cynthia O'Brian) 240 pages inlcuding 80 colour plates, b/w illustrations. Original printed card wrappers very good, slight wear only. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions, unmarked. A very good copy.. First Edition Thus. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
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£6.00
AINSWORTH & BISBY'S DICTIONARY OF THE FUNGI (including the Lichens)

AINSWORTH & BISBY'S DICTIONARY OF THE FUNGI (including the Lichens)

by Hawksworth, D.L., et al

Kew: Commonwealth Mycological Institute, 1983. pp. xii, 445 , b/w illustrations. Original dust jacket fine with slight wear to edges only. Hard back binding fine. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A fine copy, virtually as new. About 16,500 entries.. Seventh Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.
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£10.00
MUSHROOMS AND OTHER FUNGI

MUSHROOMS AND OTHER FUNGI

by Spooner, Brian and Laessoe, Thomas

Chancellor Press, 2000. 128 pages, colour illustrations. Covers near fine. Contents clean and tight, inscription to rear of the back cover. A near fine copy.. First Edition Thus. Paperback. Near Fine/No Dust Jacket. 8vo.
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£10.00
Fungi -  New Naturalist  # 96

Fungi - New Naturalist # 96

by Spooner, Brian; Roberts, Peter

London, United Kingdom: Collins 2005. 8vo. xii., 594 pp. A comprehansive natural history by two respected mycologists based at Kew. This work examines the roles played by fungi in ecosystems, and its impact on the human world - food, pharmaceuticals, agriculture and forestry. Also looks at the folklore of mushrooms and fungi, and its place in the modern world, from wine vaults to space stations. 0002201526 . Near Fine. Hard Cover. First Edition. 2005.
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£85.00
Outlines of British Fungology; containing characters of above a thousand species of fungi, and a complete list of all that have been described as natives of The British Isles

Outlines of British Fungology; containing characters of above a thousand species of fungi, and a complete list of all that have been described as natives of The British Isles

by M J Berkeley

London : Lovell Reeve, 1860 A good copy of the 1st edition with one plain plate and 23 hand coloured plates of fungi. Regarded as a classic reference work on British fungi. In the original cloth binding with gilt titles to spine and gilt Lovell Reeve design to front board. The binding has been rebacked preserving most of the original spine and is sound and tight. There are some faded areas to the cloth. New endpapers. Contents: half title, frontispiece (with torn tissue-guard), title, dedication,... Read more
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£80.00
the mushroom book.  A popular guide to the identification and study of our common fungi, with special emphasis on the edible varieties…

the mushroom book. A popular guide to the identification and study of our common fungi, with special emphasis on the edible varieties…

by Marshall, Nina L

Doubleday, Page & Company , New York, 1902. Edition Unstated. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good Condition. Illustrator: colour & black-and-white photographs and drawings. Photographs by J.A. & H. C. Anderson, from nature. The original cloth binding is somewhat dark and on the spine, and slightly rubbed at the top and bottom of the spine, top edge of the text block Gilded, front edge and bottom edge not trimmed. Tissue guard to the colour frontispiece, text illustrated with... Read more
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AU$70.07
BRITISH AND EUROPEAN MUSHROOMS AND FUNGI. Chatto Nature Guides

BRITISH AND EUROPEAN MUSHROOMS AND FUNGI. Chatto Nature Guides

by Neuner, Andreas

London: Chatto & Windus, 1978. 144 pages, colour & b/w illustrations and photographs. Covers fine. Contents clean and unmarked, no inscriptions. A fine copy.. First Edition. Paperback. Fine/No Dust Jacket. 12mo.
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£6.00
COMMON BRITISH FUNGI

COMMON BRITISH FUNGI

by E M WAKEFIELD AND R W G DENNIS

England: Saiga Publishing Company., 1981 A near fine copy of the second revised edition with numerous full page colour plates of fungi as called for. An excellent guide to identifying common fungi. The dustwrapper is complete but with some crinkling at the top in particular and at the bottom. It is in a removable protective wrap. The cloth binding and contents are in near fine clean condition.
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£15.00
THE FUNGI OF INDIA

THE FUNGI OF INDIA

by Butler, E. J.; G. R. Bisby

Calcutta: Government of India Central Publication Branch, 1931. "The Imperial Council of Agricultural Research Scientific Monograph No. 1 October 1931"; 237 pages, folding map of India. Publisher's green cloth hardback binding, good with a little rubbing, knocked to corners and tail of the spine, lightly marked. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions, unmarked. A good to very good copy of the scarce first edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No dust Jacket. 4to.
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£32.00
Pathogenic root-infecting fungi.

Pathogenic root-infecting fungi.

by Garrett, S. D

Cambridge, University Press, 1970. Hard Cover (with dustjacket). Index. 294 pp. l Library stamp and library barcode on first free endpapers. Library label on spine dustjacket (with tape)
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€22.00
FLORA AGARICINA DANICA (complete in Six volumes)

FLORA AGARICINA DANICA (complete in Six volumes)

by LANGE, JAKOB E

Society for the Advancement of Mycology in Denmark, 1935. Published under the Auspices of the Society for the Advancement of Mycology in Denmark and the Danish Botanical Society. Collaborators N.F. Buchwald, M.P. Christiansen, C. Ferdinandsen, Poul Larsen et al. Vol. I-V (all).Copenhagen, 1935-40. Large 4to. Text to each volume and 200 superb chromolithographed plates. All bound uniformly in dark red cloth with gilt titling to the spines, Index bound separately in cloth with gilt to the spine. First... Read more
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£900.00
MYCOLOGIST'S HANDBOOK An Introduction to the Principles of Taxonomy and Nomenclature in the Fungi and Lichens [Professor W. T. Stearn's copy]

MYCOLOGIST'S HANDBOOK An Introduction to the Principles of Taxonomy and Nomenclature in the Fungi and Lichens [Professor W. T. Stearn's copy]

by Hawksworth, D. L

Kew,: Commonwealth Mycological Institute, 1974. Loosely inserted is a C. A. B. slip on which the author has written 'To Dr. W. T. Stearn with all good wishes!.' 231 pages. Original dust jacket very good, with slight general wear and a little rubbing to edges, not price-clipped, now attractively presented in a loose-fitting clear archival sleeve. Hard-back binding, very good. Contents clean and tight, unmarked no inscriptions. A very good copy. [Prof. William Stearn "doyen of British... Read more
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£22.00
The Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of Great Britain, and their allies the Club Mosses, Pepperworts and Horsetails

The Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of Great Britain, and their allies the Club Mosses, Pepperworts and Horsetails

by Anne Pratt

LONDON AND NEW YORK: FREDERICK WARNE & CO., 1889 A good copy of this extract from the author's major work on British Flora issued as a single volume. In the original green decorative cloth binding with gilt decoration and titles to the front board, and gilt titles to the spine. Top page edges gilt. With the original black endpapers. The book is in 2 sections with the first covering Grasses and Sedges. This includes 33 colour printed plates including the frontispiece and runs to 62 pp. The second... Read more
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£80.00