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This is the be-all and end-all of mushroom books! Truly an encyclopedia of mushroom facts and lore, lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs, literally everything you need to know about mushrooms, edible or not. Arora has taught mycology for close to twenty years and has hunted and photographed mushrooms across the North American continent. Threaded through the book are his wry and humorous observations and comments, making what could have been a rather dull, "just-the-facts, ma'am" reference book into a really enjoyable read. The stunning photographs of the incredible variety of fungi are fascinating and eye-opening, and while the author gives clear and factual information, the mysterious allure of mushrooms in their countless shapes, sizes and colors is only increased by this huge and delightful book. --Mark Hetts
An exceptional book . . . a must for intermediate and advanced mushroom collectors and those with wide horizons.-Cottage LifeSee all Product Description
It is great . very descriptive. Only down side the pictures are black and white and colors are very important for telling mushrooms apartPublished 4 months ago by Rafy
This is one of the great mushroom texts. Too detailed and too large to ever be a pocket field guide, and yet the information is presented simply enough to understand. Read morePublished 11 months ago by dan hunter
The bible for mycologists! Is the detailed companion to the hip pocket guide. No one should be without this book.Published 12 months ago by Gary Keats
Everything I had hoped for from a mushroom ID book. I will hunt and eat mushrooms with confidence or more importantly I will hunt and not eat with confidence!Published 15 months ago by MDG
I thought it might be kind of dry (considering how long it is!) but I couldn't put it down. Wonderful book!Published 17 months ago by Katherine Charles