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Sasol First Field Guide to Mushrooms of Southern Africa (Paperback) Loot Price: R64
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Sasol First Field Guide to Mushrooms of Southern Africa (Paperback)

M. Branch

Series: Sasol First Field Guide

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These natural history guides have been developed in the hope that young people and anyone with a budding interest in natural history will take up the challenge to learn the secrets of southern Africa's fascinating fauna and flora.

These little guides are an invaluable resource for the beginner, providing information at a glance through superb photographs, maps and easy-to-read text.

General

Imprint: Struik Publishers
Country of origin: South Africa
Series: Sasol First Field Guide
Release date: September 2009
Authors: M. Branch
Dimensions: 165 x 110 x 4mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 57
ISBN-13: 978-1-86872-605-9
Categories: Books > Sport & Leisure > Natural history, country life & pets
Books > Sport & Leisure > Natural history, country life & pets > Plant life: general
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LSN: 1-86872-605-3
Barcode: 9781868726059

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Thu, 16 Jul 2009 | Review by: Groenmannetjie

Comfy little pocket booklet to travel with. By no means as informative or expansive as Branch's previous collaboration on "A field guide to the Mushrooms of South Africa" (Levin, Branch Rapport & Mitchel 1985 Struik) now out of print and rare. We still seem to be without quantitative knowledge on our local mushrooms as Mycophobia rages unchecked. P-)

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