Kirk, W.D.J., 1996
Introductory chapters cover the main habitats: fungi, leaves, galls and flowers. The identication section comprises 25 pages of dichotomous keys illustrated with line drawings. These assume you have a cleared and mounted microscope slide of the specimen (well you weren't going to try to pin it were you?)
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||The keys covers the common species, with rarer ones only keyed to genus or family.
||Copious line drawings beside the text, and two colour plates of paintings plus two of line drawings are bound in the centre.
||Under a Compound Microscope.
||Cleared and mounted on microscope slides.