Seriously, this book is1.75” thick! You can easily imagine a work-out routine using this book as your only weight. It is figuratively weighty as well. It covers 24 genera and 450 species. It provides information on both the toxic and the psychoactive properties of the mushrooms. It is simply well-organized and comprehensive. “The new, exhaustive guide from the University of Georgia Press, with support from the Wormsloe Foundation, will become a staple reference for anyone interested in serious mushroom identification in our area.” - M.C. Tufts. Both authors are members of the North American Mycological Association. Mary L. Woehrel is the founder and past president of the Mushroom Club of Georgia. William H. Light holds a PhD in biology and is a science and technical writer and adjunct instructor.
Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 2017. 664 pages with 1140 color photographs, many line-drawings, 41 diagrams, 1 map and 4 tables. An Index of Common Names, an Index of Scientific Names, and a Glossary of Some Mycological Terms. A 8.25” X 9.75” hardback with a pictorial cover