Chapter 2.9 References and further reading

As a gentle introduction you might like to read on-line this chapter taken from the book Slayers, Saviors, Servants, and Sex: An Exposé of Kingdom Fungi by David Moore; published by Springer-Verlag, New York: 2001, ISBN 0387950982.

Chapter 8: The old Kingdom in time and space  [CLICK HERE to download]
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