Mushrooms of Ontario and Eastern Canada by George BarronMushrooms of Ontario and Eastern Canada by George Barron

Mushrooms of Ontario and Eastern Canada

byGeorge BarronIllustratorGeorge BarronEditorLee Craig

Paperback | April 8, 1999

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A full-colour photographic field guide to over 600 mushrooms and fungi of Ontario, Québec and Atlantic Canada as well as the northeastern United States. Spectacular photos and excellent species information combine to make this a must-have reference book. Includes notes on edibility.

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Title:Mushrooms of Ontario and Eastern CanadaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.63 inPublished:April 8, 1999

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ISBN - 10:1551051990

ISBN - 13:9781551051994

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Mycologists take note: Ontario has been conquered, and now it's ripe for your picking. Mushrooms of Ontario and Eastern Canada is the definitive guide to gathering throughout the east. It features all the species of edible and toxic mushrooms so that you'll know whether the fungus found in the moss is good for cooking, good for hallucinating or if it is, in fact, deadly. Fully illustrated with 875 colour photographs, it makes for easy identification. The book features tips for collecting, telling readers where the hotspots are, explaining the growing cycles and offering up some local resources.

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