I found a damaged and well-loved book the other day, called the ‘World Treasury of Mushrooms in Color’. The text is by Bernard Dupre and it was translated by David Macrae. It was published in 1974 and printed in West Germany. I rescued the pages, cleaned them up in photoshop, and put digital images for sale in my etsy shop. Just click on the image and it will take you there. One page has an unbelievable bright blue mushroom, but as this was a botanical book with lots of latin names, I’m going to believe it!
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