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ID Chart - House and Garden Spiders

by Lawrence Bee

illustrations by Richard Lewington

ID Chart - House and Garden Spiders
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Description

This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of House and Garden Spiders includes 21 of the spider families in Britain. Many are found throughout Britain in gardens and domestic situations although some are restricted to warmer southern areas.

The guide includes colour illustrations and a table with identification features, habitat and methods of prey capture for the 40 spiders featured in the chart.

Details

  • ISBN: 9781851538799
  • Author(s): Lawrence Bee
  • Illustrator(s): Richard Lewington
  • Stock Code: 1538799
  • Format: Laminated chart
  • Pages: 8
  • Published: 2002
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