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Mushroms of the National Forests in Alaska
Kate Mohatt (au); Karen Dillman (au); Steven Trudell (au)
This guide will be of interest to anyone who wants to know about different mushroom varieties. For many Alaskans, mushrooms are a source of food. For others, they are a source of pigments for dyeing wool and other natural fibers. Still others merely enjoy their beauty. This brochure presents an introduction to mushrooms and illustrates a number of the more common and interesting of the local species to help Alaskans and visitors to better understand and enjoy Alaskańˇ╗s magnificent national forests. Mushrooms to most people are umbrella-shaped structures with plate-like gills on the underside of their caps. However, besides the gilled mushrooms, there are others in many shapes and sizes, and they produce their spores in a variety of ways. Other major groups include chanterelles, boletes, polypores, spine-fungi, club- and coral-fungi, puffballs, jelly-fungi, cup-fungi, morels, false morels, and elfin saddles. Color photos. This is a print on demand report.
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