The genera Gomphus and Gloeocantharellus in North America

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The genera Gomphus and Gloeocantharellus in North America

By Peterson, Ronald H.

SKU# 18872

$ 20.00

Pp. 114; 32 black-and-white plates (line-drawings), 5 full page color plates (color photos).  Publisher’s original gray wrappers, lg 8vo.  Gloeocantharellus is a genus of fungi in the family Gomphaceae. It contains 11 species that are found in mainly tropical and subtropical regions (from Wiki).  Gomphus is a genus of cantharelloid fungi in the family Gomphaceae.  Once presumed to be related to chanterelles, molecular study has shown them to be allied with stinkhorns and fairy clubs (from Wiki).  This book is from the private research collection of University of Michigan mycologist Alexander H. Smith with his signature on the front wrapper.

Publisher J. Cramer
Publisher Place Lehre, Germany
Date Published 1971
Date Published Estimated No
Edition First edition
Number of Volumes 1
Reprint No
Condition Near fine
Condition Description Crease to top outer corner of front wrapper; otherwise a near fine copy.
Limited Edition