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Just how useful is knowing "distribution"? (The Regular Column).

An Unusual Season - It started with Thanksgiving and ended with snowy parasols (The Regular Column).

 

  • Lorelei Norvell. 1989.
    Just how useful is knowing "distribution"? (The Regular Column). Mushroom, The Journal 7(2): 15-17.
    CONTENTS: A droll biogeographical glimpse into Gyroporus castaneus and revelation that mushrooms and their associated hosts tend to distribute themselves together over the landscape. "You don't need to be a cartographer to find mushrooms, but you ought to know your trees."
  • Lorelei Norvell. 1989.
    An Unusual Season - It started with Thanksgiving and ended with snowy parasols (The Regular Column). Mushroom, The Journal 7(1): 15-17.
    CONTENTS: A glimpse of finding a surfeit of Macrolepiota rhacodes in an off year. "Last year our family mushroom season began with Thanksgiving and ended only three and a half weeks later with my new hot pink sweater, handknitted in Greece. Recipe and cartoons.
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