Toadstools and Mushrooms and Other Large Fungi of South Australia

Toadstools and Mushrooms and Other Large Fungi of South Australia

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... broken, when boxes or paper bags, whichever seem most suitable, may be used, the specimens should bo put in regulation folders and labelled on the outside. These folders are made as illustrated in the diagrams (Figure 4), using cartridge paper, botanical mounting paper, or moderately stiff brown paper. ... It will be well to take a simple and common, but composite, example and consider it in detail.


Title:Toadstools and Mushrooms and Other Large Fungi of South Australia
Author: John Burton Cleland
Publisher: - 1934
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