Fungi Treasure: Chinese and American Edible Mushroom Treasures
by Mo-Mei Chen
, University and Jepson Herbaria, University of California, Berkeley


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[Preface to Fungi Treasure] [Acknowledgment] [About the author]

Fungi Treasure is a comprehensive monograph of wild and cultivated edible mushrooms in China and America. In twelve volumes, it is the first version in English that introduces readers to identify all delicious species and 210 wild species, and to cultivate 50 various edible and medicinal species. It delves into depth about the species’ identity (morphological and molecular phylogenetic), geographic distribution, medicinal values, and includes the edible fungi population of more than 200 mushroom species in the Northern Hemisphere Temperate Zone.

Fungi Treasure is divided into two parts. The first part (volumes 1-5) focuses on wild edible mushrooms. The second part (volumes 6-12) focuses on mushroom cultivation. Below are the twelve volumes of Fungi Treasure. For more information on a particular volume, click on the link next to the volume.

Volume 1: Wild Edible Mushroom Collection and Identification [+]
Volume 2: Wild Edible Mushrooms of North America and East Asia— Inner Mongolia and Heilongjiang
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Volume 3: Wild Edible Mushrooms of North America and East Asia— Yunnan and Tibet [+]
Volume 4: Wild Edible Mushrooms of North America and East Asia California [+]
Volume 5: Wild Edible Mushrooms of North America and East Asia— Alaska [+]

Volume 6: Principles of Mushroom Cultivation
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Volume 7: Cultivated Species of Medicinal Fungi in the International Market [+]
Volume 8: International Cultivation and Marketing of Species Traditional Cultivation [+]
Volume 9: International Cultivation and Marketing of Species North America [+]
Volume 10: International Cultivation and Marketing of Species Advanced Cultivation [+]
Volume 11: International Cultivation and Marketing of Species Taming Mushrooms [+]
Volume 12: International Cultivation and Marketing of Species Refernces & Glossary [+]


The volumes will be available as eBooks (for printed volume inquiries, please email momeichen@berkeley.edu).

Copyright 2010 by Mo-Mei Chen. 

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including by photocopying, facsimile transmissions, recording, rekeying, or using any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing form from the author, except that brief passages may be quoted.

Published by MoMei Chen.

For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book, write to Mo-Mei Chen, University & Jepson Herbaria, University of California, Berkeley.

ISBN (vol. 1-5) : 978-1-407-9103-8
ISBN (vol. 6-12) : 978-1-407-9104-5