Notes on Indian Fungi.
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Published by Imperial Mycological Institute in Kew, Surrey .
Written in English



  • India.


  • Fungi -- India.

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SeriesMycological papers,, no. 17, Mycological papers ;, no. 17.
LC ClassificationsQK609.I5 P2
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Open LibraryOL6159452M
LC Control Number54016188

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