Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America - A Field-to-Kitchen Guide by David W. Fischer and Alan E. Bessette Our price $34.95 (list price $39.95) Add 2 or more to your shopping cart to receive $6.00 off the cover price on each - no limit
Mushrooms of Northeastern North America by David W. Fischer, Alan E. Bessette and Arleen R. Bessette Special offer on Mushrooms of Northeastern North America plus Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America for $74.90, a $15 discount.
National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms by Gary A. Lincoff, Gary H. Lincoff, Carol Nehring
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North American Mushrooms: A Field Guide to Edible and Indedible Fungi By Orson K. Miller, Jr. and Hope H. Miller
A Peterson Field Guide to Mushrooms: North Americaby Kent H. McKnight, Roger Tory Peterson (Editor), Vera B. McKnight A compact, portable field guide covering over 1,000 species, with more than 700 paintings and drawings of mushrooms (over 400 in color); paintings and drawings, rather than photos, in many cases show details better. 429 pages.
Mushrooms & Other Fungi of North America By Roger Phillips A voluminous book with over 1,000 species illustrated with color photos and descriptions covers a lot of ground. An ideal introduction to mycology and an essential reference for the experienced collector. — the definitive book in its category. 300 plus pages. Paperback.
100 Edible Mushrooms by Michael Kuo Kuo selects the top 100 mushrooms best suited for cooking. 100 Edible Mushrooms is written in the author’s engaging style, taking the reader on the hunt through forest and kitchen in search of mycological pleasures and culinary delights.
Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World By Paul Stamets Mycelium Running is a manual for the mycological rescue of the planet. We can capitalize on mycelium’s digestive power to decompose toxic wastes and pollutants, reduce silt from stream beds, control insect populations and generally enhance the health of our forests and gardens.