Fungi of the Bendigo region : a guide to identification / Joy Clusker and Ray Wallace.

By: Clusker, Joy, 1955-
Contributor(s): Wallace, Ray, 1945-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Strathfieldsaye, Victoria : Joy Clusker and Ray Wallace, 2022Copyright date: ©2022Edition: Second editionDescription: 146 pages : colour illustrations ; 21 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780646990804Subject(s): Fungi -- Victoria -- Bendigo -- Identification | Fungi -- Australia -- Bendigo -- ClassificationSummary: "At first glance the box-ironbark forest which surrounds Bendigo would not appear to be a fungus-rich habitat, nor indeed further north to the even drier Whipstick mallee. The obvious exception in our region is the damper Mt. Alexander to the east of Harcourt. The dry box-ironbark forest is however host to a surprising number of fungus species. Our list contains some 300 species which we have been able to positively identify. Further to that we have recorded an extra 200 species which have remained unidentified for various reasons. This has sometimes been merely our own inability, or at other times that the species, however distinctive, just did not match anything in the literature." -- Introduction. "This second edition contains a further 65 news species and updated names." -- Back cover.
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"At first glance the box-ironbark forest which surrounds Bendigo would not appear to be a fungus-rich habitat, nor indeed further north to the even drier Whipstick mallee. The obvious exception in our region is the damper Mt. Alexander to the east of Harcourt. The dry box-ironbark forest is however host to a surprising number of fungus species. Our list contains some 300 species which we have been able to positively identify. Further to that we have recorded an extra 200 species which have remained unidentified for various reasons. This has sometimes been merely our own inability, or at other times that the species, however distinctive, just did not match anything in the literature." -- Introduction. "This second edition contains a further 65 news species and updated names." -- Back cover.

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