From the early days of spring through the rainy autumn season, meadows and forests are inhabited by a curious community. Tales of the Mushroom Folk, from Signe Aspelin, peeks into the whimsical world of mushrooms, from the evilly odiferous stinkhorns to the delightfully industrious puffballs and shaggy ink caps. Beautiful vintage illustrations will enchant while inspiring budding mycologists and naturalists to accurately identify a dozen varieties of edible or poisonous fungi and toadstools.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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