The Lives Of Fungi


A Natural History of Our Planet's Decomposers

Learn about mycelium's intricate role as nature's communication network and decomposer.

"The Lives of Fungi" shows the hidden wonders of these essential organisms through stunning photographs, showcasing the swift emergence of mushrooms, the divine flavours of truffles, and the transformative powers of certain fungi species.

This book looks at the fascinating tales of Alexander Fleming's mould discoveries and the spiritual significance of psychedelic mushrooms.

Written by Britt A. Bunyard, a distinguished mycology expert, and complemented by captivating visuals, this book is an essential read for mycologists or anyone intrigued by the secrets of fungi.

The author is renowned as the founder, publisher, and editor-in-chief of Fungi magazine, North America's leading mycology publication, and is also the executive director of the esteemed Telluride Mushroom Festival. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Britt A. Bunyard has authored several acclaimed books, including "Amanitas of North America," "Mushrooms and Macrofungi of Ohio and Midwestern States," and "The Beginner's Guide to Mushrooms."

Details: Hardcover

Size: 253 x 197  x 27 mm
Weight (kg): 1.19

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