The “Iconographia Mycologica” is the most famous work by Italian mycologist Giacomo Bresadola. It is the sum of a lifelong mycological study. Published between 1927 and 1933 under the supervision of G.B. Traverso, L. Fenaroli, G. Catoni and G.B. Trener (with some addenda by other authors published in the following decades), it includes 1250 colour plates, which depict approximately 1400 fungal species, mainly Italian but from other countries as well. Original editions are rare; the 1981-1982 reprint is no longer in print.
Giacomo Bresadola’s “Iconographia Mycologica” is in the public domain as it is more than 70 years since the author’s death. The Gruppo Micologico «G. Bresadola» of Trento is able offer free access to this digital edition thanks to the work of volunteers Giuseppe Motta and Marco Floriani and the collaboration of the Museo delle Scienze of Trento, which hosts the website of the society.
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(from Stafleu & Cowan, Taxonomic Literature, 2ⁿᵈ edition)
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