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I will edit and update these lists with descriptions and any new additions when I have some more free time.
If anyone has any to add to the list please shoot me a message.
Happy hunting all.
Edit: 25/6/12 Links added for Simocybe and Cortinarius specific guides. 1/7/12 Links added for Gymnopilus research papers. 1/7/12 Added "Among the mushrooms", "Fungi: Their Nature and Uses", "Student's Hand-Book of Mushrooms of America.", "The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise." links. 1/7/12 Added some suggestions from Fungi01 (Thanks John!) More to add once I work through them, and find proper details/links. 11/7/12 Added Galerina Monograph. (Cheers Thinker!)
Quote: Stopwhispering said: "A Field Guide to Australian Fungi" - B. Fuhrer ISBN:9781876473518.
I bought a copy of this from my mate two weeks ago for $15. Wasn't really as detailed as I was expecting and it seems to be missing quite a lot of mushrooms, but it does have lots of good picture and some good information.
I am looking for a book that includes good habitat descriptions as well as pictures. Any suggestions?
You would be hard pressed to find that in one book.
If you use the Fuhrer in combination with AM Youngs book you should be good.
I have found Fuhrer's book pretty good. It may be general but most people dont want a full descriptive, or key based text, its got good info and good enough to be able to carry in your backpack. imagine trying to carry Arora's Mushrooms Demystified in you pack when you go walking, lol.
The pics in AM Young's book are all illustrations, except for the central plates (which are good pics), but the descriptions are very good, and i suspect what you are looking for.
-------------------- There are no native cubensis from Tasmania. never have been, never will be.