Washington DC: The united States Army Research and Development Team, (1961. first edition). Quarto, illustrations, publisher's cloth, signature.
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Minneapolis: H. W. Wilson, (1909. first edition). Octavo, publisher's cloth, some marks.
Adelaide: The Botanic Garden, 1997. Large octavo, colour photographs, text illustrations, slightly worn softcover. Representing the first major revision of the tamonomy of the macrofungi since the 1930s, Australian and overseas students will greatly welcome this volume. This title goes a long way to fill in our knowledge of the...
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. Octavo, paperback, black and white photographs. Black texta mark on bottom edge. This volume is an international compilation for biotechnologists of data on the location and use of filamentous fungi. The volume provides details of the location and scope of major culture collections around the...
New York: (The Age), (1972. facsimile). Octavo, text illustrations, signature. First published 1925.
Melbourne: Government Printer, 1913-1914. Quarto, coloured frontispiece, uncoloured photographic plates. Publisher's cloth, a fine copy.
Melbourne: Government Printer, 1911. Octavo, colour plates, other illustrations, fine copy.
Collingwood: CSIRO, 1996. Large octavo, colour photographs, softcover. In all, 60 volumes are due to be published which will describe all the indigenous and naturalised fungi in Australia. Volume 1B is one of two introductory volumes to the series. The volume consists of introductory chapters on fungi in the Australian...
Minneapolis: Hafner Publishing Company, (1961. reprint). Octavo, illustrations, blemished.