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Fra forlagets egen omtale:
Fungi Europei is the most exhaustive and authoritative series of illustrated monographs on Fungi published to date. The authors of the 18 volumes are well-known European specialists of the genera monographed, each of them providing full descriptions of gross morphology and microanatomy of aløl the species presented and lavishly illustrated. Each volum is based on first-hand personal experience gaind in years of field work as well as in the laboratory. The systematics followed or proposed in the latest issues of the series is underpinned by cutting-edge molecular research.
Table of Contents: Foreword, Acknowledgments, I Introduction, II Observational protocol, descriptive terminology and coding conventions, III Determining the correct sections, Key to Hebeloma sections, Key to Hebeloma section Denudata, IV An overview of the species confirmed in Italy, Taxonomy, V Hebeloma section Hebeloma, VI Hebeloma section Denudata, Hebeloma subsection Crustuliniformia, Hebeloma subsection Clepsydroida, Hebeloma subsection Echinospora, Hebeloma subsection Hiemalia, VII Hebeloma section Sinapizantia, VIII Hebeloma section Velutipes, IX Hebeloma section Duracinus, X Hebeloma section Myxocybe, XI Hebeloma section Naviculospora, XII Hebeloma section Scabrispora, XIII Hebeloma section Syrjense, XIV Hebeloma section Theobromina, XV Hebeloma section Sacchariolentia, XVI Hebeloma section Porphyrospora, XVII Hebeloma section Pseudoamarescens, XVIII European Hebeloma species not yet confirmed from Italy, Alpine or arctic species not yet confirmed from Italy, Boreal or subalpine species not yet confirmed from Italy, Other species not yet confirmed in Italy, XIX Final Remark, XX Bibliography, XXI Iconography, XXII General keys, German key, French key, Italian key, Taxonomic Index.
Determination keys to all European species in English, German, French and Italian.
(2020), 470 pages, 86 micrograph, 294 photocolor, english with german, french and italian keys, size 245mm x 180 mm, ISBN 978-88-943710-1-7