Robinson, Richard

Western Australia’s south-west is known as one of the most botanically diverse regions in the world. The jarrah and the towering karri and tingle forests are home to an amazing range of fungi, found in a variety of forms and colours. The aim of this pocket guide is to introduce you to the fascinating world of fungi and the array of species found there.  They play an important role in a functioning ecosystem and are the forest recyclers, breaking down forest litter and debris to provide nutrients for plants.  This guide covers some 48 species of fungi.

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Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, 2003. (Bush Books series).  72 pages, paperback, pocket book colour photographs throughout