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Edible and poisonous fungi

Great Britain. Board of Agriculture and Fisheries.

Edible and poisonous fungi

(with 25 coloured plates).

by Great Britain. Board of Agriculture and Fisheries.

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Published by printed for His Majesty"s Stationery Office... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fungi, Edible -- Great Britain -- Identification.,
  • Pathogenic fungi -- Great Britain -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: Board of Agriculture and Fisheries.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p., 25 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18383071M

      Health Workers Warn Foragers: Beware Of Poisonous Death Caps, Which Look Like Edible Mushrooms: The Salt Death caps, which are abundant throughout California, can easily be confused for edible.   An up-to-date, comprehensive and brilliantly illustrated book on fungi foraging in Britain and Europe. It covers every known edible species, and all the poisonous groups, as well as a few very common species and a handful of mushrooms included for their interesting or unusual characteristics. - Identify edible and poisonous : Geoff Dann.

    Among the taxa, , , and are considered to be edible, medicinal and poisonous mushrooms, respectively. A few of edible macrofungi in . The edible members of the Agaric family all have pink to brown/black gills, a white cap and usually a stout stem with a skirt. There are however toxic members of this family that look very similar. Once you have established that you have an Agaric bruise the cap, if it stains bright chrome yellow it is probably poisonous, if it stains pale.

    Dangerously poisonous species lurk among the edibles that could land you in hospital or even in the grave. Telling them apart takes time and experience. Those foraging for edible fungi need to also be able to identify toxic doppelgängers, especially the infamous Death Cap, Amanita phalloides. This species has claimed several lives in Australia. - Explore anibellesnow's board "Poisonous Mushrooms" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Poisonous mushrooms, Stuffed mushrooms and Fungi pins.


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About this Item: W. Motherwell, Minister of Agriculture, Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. This is a book about the most common edible and poisonous fungi of Canada. The book has black and white plate illustrations throughout, front end pages partially away from the front cover, corners bumped, Dominion Museum Edible and poisonous fungi book Zealand.

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