The Lives of Fungi: A Natural History of Our Planet’s Decomposers

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The Lives of Fungi: A Natural History of Our Planet’s Decomposers Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Princeton University Press Illustrations and other contents: 187 color photos + 42 b/w illus. 36 maps. Language: English ISBN: 9780691229843 Category:

A fascinating and richly illustrated exploration of the natural history of fungi

We know fungi are important, for us as well as the environment. But how they live, and what they can do, remains mysterious and surprising.

Filled with stunning photographs, The Lives of Fungi presents an inside look into their hidden and extraordinary world. The wonders of fungi are myriad: a mushroom poking up through leaf litter literally overnight, or the sensational hit of umami from truffle shavings. Alexander Fleming cured infections with mold and spiritual guides have long used psychedelic mushrooms to enhance understanding. Then there are the tiny threads of fungi, called mycelium, that create a communications network for the natural world while decomposing organic matter. Combining engaging and accessible text with beautiful images, The Lives of Fungi lays out all the essential facts about fungi for the mycologically curious.

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