British Fungi.

By M D Cooke

Printed: 1898

Publisher: W H Allen & Co. London

Edition: First edition

Dimensions 13 × 19 × 2 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 13 x 19 x 2

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Brown cloth binding with gilt title and black design on the spine and front board.

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Hardback 20 Fine Colour Plates (illustrator). Sixth Edition Revised. viii+166 pp. clean unmarked text, 20 colour plates & many text illustrated with woodcuts, + 47 pp. publisher catalogue.

Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (12 July 1825, in Horning, Norfolk – 12 November 1914, in Southsea, Hampshire) was an English botanist and mycologist who was, at various points, a London schoolteacher, a Kew mycologist, curator at the India Museum, journalist and author, . Cooke was the elder brother of the art-education reformer Ebenezer Cooke (1837–1913) and father of the book illustrator and watercolour painter William Cubitt Cooke (1866–1951).

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