Watching British Dragonflies
Introduction: A completely new style of field guide combining for the first time a traditional identification guide and detailed site guide.
Quick ID Guide: A unique 14 page section with side by side comparison of each regular British species by family.
Species accounts: covers 46 species. All British breeding species receive a 2 page spread (vagrants receive a single pages) with specially commissioned artwork opposite concise species accounts.
Site Guide: featuring 94 of Britain's top dragonfly watching sites. All sites get at least a full page (some key sites such as Thurlsey Common in Surrey receive 2 pages) with full access details, species to look for, best time to visit and a site map.
Gazetteer: 95 pages of sites to visit in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
- ISBN: 9781905268047
- Author(s): Steve Dudley, Caroline Dudley
- Illustrator(s): Andrew Mackay
- Stock Code: 5268047
- Format: Paperback
- Illustrations: Colour paintings
- Pages: 300
- Published: 2007
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