I picked up one for $5 this summer and was pretty horrified when I got it. The mushroom section talks about edible mushrooms but offers NO photos. There are a couple of bad images of a couple of items and NO IMAGES of the others all. These types of books can very easily be deadly.
Stick to Peterson's Field Guides and other reputable sources, please. I personally use a minimum of 5 sources for any ID that I do. That will include books like Peterson's, apps that I have installed on my phone, collections from university websites, wildflower.org and more. Further, before eating any wild plant, EVEN if you have a positive ID, it is important to take other safety measures into consideration. (I have a few listed HERE.)
Here is a recent article on it: https://fortune.com/2023/09/03/ai-written-mushroom-hunting-guides-sold-on-amazon-potentially-deadly/?fbclid=IwAR1yZ7p9Q8E24C3dzKzB-QBqniul0LMTCFFapsJs59CxQ5maUVaQL37VJwc
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