Sunday, August 14, 2016
Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast by Noah Siegel Review
A comprehensive and user-friendly field guide for identifying the many mushrooms of the northern California coast, from Monterey County to the Oregon border.
Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast will help beginning and experienced mushroom hunters alike to find and identify mushrooms, from common to rare, delicious to deadly, and interesting to beautiful. This user-friendly reference covers coastal California from Monterey County to the Oregon border with full treatments of more than 750 species, and references to hundreds more.
With tips on mushroom collecting, descriptions of specific habitats and biozones, updated taxonomy, and outstanding photography, this guide is far and away the most modern and comprehensive treatment of mushrooms in the region. Each species profile pairs a photograph with an in-depth description, as well as notes on ecology, edibility, toxicity, and look-alike species. Written by mushroom identification experts and supported by extensive field work, Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast is an indispensable guide for anyone curious about fungi.
You can purchase on Amazon.
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review-- The book is literally packed with facts and mushrooms. It has really small text/font so there is a ton of information on each page and the book is thick. I would say that it accurately covers everything you would need to know about the mushrooms of the redwood coast and even a few trees.
Posted by Cassandra McCann