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by Alexander H Smith,Nancy Smith Weber

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Author:
Alexander H Smith,Nancy Smith Weber
ISBN13:
978-0472856107
ISBN:
0472856103
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Publisher:
University of Michigan Press; Reissue, Subsequent edition (September 30, 1980)
Category:
Subcategory:
Biological Sciences
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1704 kb
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1592 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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444

Every mushroom guide feels the need to tell you "this is the cap",etc. The recipient of this book seemed quite pleased with it as it identifies those mushrooms NOT to be eaten quite emphatically.

Every mushroom guide feels the need to tell you "this is the cap",etc. This time the author actually taught with clear, friendly wording. The area of expertise for this guide is for the Northeast to the Northwest, Great Lakes, and into Canada.

The late Alexander H. Smith was Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of Michigan.

The coverage is best for the Northeast, Great Lakes region, Rocky Mountains, and the Pacific Northwest. It includes most of the truly fine edible wild mushrooms, whether they are common or rare. The late Alexander H. Nancy Smith Weber is Associate Professor of Forest Science, Oregon State University.

Mushroom Hunter’s Field Guide. Alexander H. Smith and Nancy Smith Weber. 316 pp. The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor. Authors and affiliations.

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Mushroom Hunter's Field Guide. by Alexander H. This is the best mushroom book for beginning mushroom hunters in the Lake States, written by a career University of Michigan mycologist who collected and described many new species in the Lake States for 40 years or more.

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Alexander H. The foremost handbook for mushroom hunters, beginners and experts alike. The coverage is best for the Northeast, Great Lakes region, Rocky Mountains, and the Pacific Northwest.

The Mushroom Hunter's Field Guide. Keys to Genera of Higher Fungi. How to Know the Non-Gilled Fleshy Fungi. 1973, 1981, with Helen and Nancy Smith). A Field Guide to Western Mushrooms. How to Know the Gilled Fungi. 1979, with Helen and Nancy Smith). The Veiled Species of Hebeloma in the Western United States. with Vera Stucky Evenson and Duane H. Mitchel). A Field Guide to Southern Mushrooms. 1985, with Helen Smith).

Nancy Smith Weber is Associate Professor of Forest Science, Oregon State University.

The Mushroom Hunter's Field Guide is the guide that tells when, where, and how to find delicious edible mushrooms and how to avoid poisonous ones. Beginners as well as experts will be able to identify mushrooms in a matter of minutes. All of the mushrooms included are illustrated in beautiful color, adding visual enjoyment to the textual materials. The descriptions are tinged with wit and wisdom, making the use of this guide an enjoyable and rewarding experience.This edition of The Mushroom Hunter's Field Guide should be useful throughout the United States and Canada, but users should remember that each region has certain species peculiar to it, and it is impossible to include all of them here. The coverage is best for the Northeast, Great Lakes region, Rocky Mountains, and the Pacific Northwest. It includes most of the truly fine edible wild mushrooms, whether they are common or rare. It also includes the most dangerous ones in order that collectors may recognize them for what they are."Whether you are picking mushrooms to eat, or simply want to identify the many strange and beautiful mushrooms you find on walks through the woods, this field guide is highly recommended."-- American Horticulturalist"This is the mushroom forager's Bible. Don't go into the wilderness without it."--Creative Living". . . should be on the bookshelf of all serious amateurs, and the professionals will also find it helpful."--MycologiaThe late Alexander H. Smith was Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of Michigan. Nancy Smith Weber is Associate Professor of Forest Science, Oregon State University.
  • I bought this book as a gift expecting to find a definitive guide to edible mushrooms. Instead it appears to be a guide to all mushrooms. It does give adequate information regarding each species and the photographs are nice. The recipient of this book seemed quite pleased with it as it identifies those mushrooms NOT to be eaten quite emphatically.

  • I really enjoyed reading the "This is what a mushroom is" introduction chapter. Every mushroom guide feels the need to tell you "this is the cap",etc. This time the author actually taught with clear, friendly wording.
    The area of expertise for this guide is for the Northeast to the Northwest, Great Lakes, and into Canada. I've found it useful here in the Southeast on a few occasions. With changing weather climates and patterns, all sorts of things can happen.
    I feel the pictures and reference information are detailed and clear. Surely usefull, even in Wisconsin.
    Great book made for the hunt, just wear a coat with wide pockets.

  • As previously indicated, this book is very helpful for those looking to 'treasure hunt' in Michigan/Great Lakes states. For being 30+ years old, the quality is fine and I wouldn't hesistate to purchase again...it would be nice to update with high-resolution digital photos, and perhaps there is another book out there that has that, but for my purposes, it's worth it.

  • Nice old book, good pictures for identification.

  • Useless black and white. Don't eat wild mushrooms if you don't have a better guide (and experienced guide) than this!

  • very informative

  • One of my favorites.. gave my copy to my dad... now I have my own again

  • I liked it and used it as a teaching tool when I taught biology. . . There are other field guides available today which may surpass this guide but not many. . .