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New Zealand Fungi

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By Rebecca Bowater

Paperback | English

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Fungi have no chlorophyll and obtain their nutrients from living plants and animals, or dead trees, plants and animals. The parts of fungi that we see are called fruiting bodies which grow in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours, ranging from vibrant to neutral tones. They are composed of densely compacted filaments and all produce spores that are spread by the wind or insects.

New Zealand has thousands of fungi species. Many are undescribed with only approximately 6,500 having been
reported. Some are exotics that have been brought to
New Zealand by humans.

Not all fungi grow in our native forests, some grow on sand
near the beach, in pine forests and in our gardens.

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ISBN
9780995138711
Dimensions
285 × 216 mm
Format
Paperback | 126 pages
Language
English
Printed by
The CopyPress
Publication Date
July 2020
Publisher
Real NZ Books

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