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Books and Journals

Do you lot still read? If you do, I've got several rather unique texts you can use to bump up your projects if you're actually interested in putting any sort of effort into coursework. I'll get around to adding non-botanical texts at some point when I get around to digging up a reading list.

A Beginner's Guide to Practical Thaumobotany (1997): Durell, M and Sprout, P.
Acta Biothauma: Volumes 329-current.
American Journal of Thaumobotany: Volumes 234-current
British herbal pharmacopoeia: (1971, 1981, 1991, 2001) British Herbological and Healing Association (BHHA).
Clutching the Carcass: An in-depth study of the Rapaceae family (2005): Yaxley, D.
Dangerous Genera: A guide to ICW classifications (1980-current): ICW Reports.
Economic Herbology: Volumes 29-current.
Encyclopedia of Toadstools (2006 ed.): Muscart, A.
European Journal of Plant Pathology: Volumes 77-current.
Flesh-Eating Trees of the World (1984): Yaxley, D.
Flora of North America (1942, 1967, 2001): Maluseed, J.
Herbarum (1525): Brunfels, O.
Immunomodulation and Psychopharmacology in Modern Thaumobotany (1986): Shapal, P., Shapal, L. and Durell, M.
Herbology in the Modern Day Healing Environment (2000): ICW Report.
Late bloomers: a study of night-flowering plants (1974): Kettle, P
Magical Water Plants of the Mediterranean (1992): Stephanopolous, E.
On the Nature of Plants (1999, 2007) Gramen, A.
One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi (1983, 1996, 2004): Spore, P.
Pharmacotheon: Entheogenic Drugs, their Plant Sources and History (1993): Ott, J.
Plant Pathology: principles and practice (1996): Jones, D.
Plants with a purpose : a guide to the everyday uses of wild plants (1951): Mabey, R.
Soil-plant relationships (1977): Kettle, P.
The English physitian (1673): Culpeper, N.
P. Sprout


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