5 edition of Ramaria of the Pacific Northwestern United States found in the catalog.
"Until now, there has been no single key written to identify all species known to occur in the region. This publication offers a key to all Ramaria species now known to occur in the Pacific Northwestern United States. This treatment covers the four subgenera assigned to the genus Ramaria; these include the subgenera Lentoramaria, Echinoramaria, Ramaria, and Laeticolora"--Prelim. p.
|Statement||Ronald L. Exeter, Lorelei Norvell, & Efren Cazares.|
|Contributions||Norvell, Lorelei L. 1943-, Cazares, Efren., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District.|
|LC Classifications||QK629.G6 E97 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||2006474165|
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This publication offers a key to the identification of all Ramaria (coral fungi) now known to occur in the Pacific Northwestern United States and includes species from northern California, north to British Columbia and east to the Rocky Mountains.
This treatment of the 'corals' ( pages) covers the four subgenera assigned to the genus by: Get this from a library. Ramaria of the Pacific Northwestern United States.
[Ronald L Exeter; Lorelei L Norvell; Efren Cazares; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District.]. Ramaria of the Pacific Northwest.
January Publisher: USDI-BLM, Salem District BLM/OR/WA/PT/, p. ISBN: ISBN ; ISBN Project: Popular. Book Review Ramaria of the Pacific Northwestern United States. By Ronald L.
Exeter, Lorelei Norvell, and Efrén Cázares ; USDA, BLM, Salem District; ISBN ; $ This document included a list of 28 of the 80+ species and varieties of coral fungi (ramaria) then known to occur in the Pacific Northwestern United States.
At that time, the Ramaria species descriptions were scattered throughout various journals and books. Until now, there has been no single key written to identify all species known to occur in the region. This publication offers a key to all Ramaria species.
” Ramaria of the Pacific Northwestern United States ” covers all known PNW species and includes complete descriptions, keys, and color photographs. There is a beautiful full colour book with many more species than shown here, Ramaria of the Pacific Northwestern United States by Ronald L.
Exeter, Lorelei Norvell and Efrén Cázares available here. You should at least download and print the free poster and hang it in your room.
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