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NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 3 SOLITARY WASPS NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 3 SOLITARY WASPS   layout image

by Sarah A Corbet / Peter F Yeo

Keys have been extended to take account of species recently found in Britain for the first time. With improved reproductions of Hopkins' illustrations. Colour plates, 68pp. 2nd edition 1995

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M06183 Paperback  £14.99
NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 4 INSECTS AND THISTLES NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 4 INSECTS AND THISTLES   layout image

by Margaret Redfern

Provides basic information on the natural history of insects associated with two common species of thistle. Revisions and updates of all species covered. Colour and b/w illustrations, 70pp. 2nd edition 1995

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M06184 Paperback  £14.99
NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 7 DRAGONFLIES NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 7 DRAGONFLIES   layout image

by Peter L Miller

This book is aimed at stimulating your interest and enjoyment of dragonflies. Able to help students undertaking ecological projects but also a valuable asset for anglers, farmers, gardeners or other naturalists. User-friendly Keys for identification, B/w illustrations. 118pp. 1995

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M06195 Hardback  £19.99
NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 7 DRAGONFLIES NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 7 DRAGONFLIES   layout image

by Peter L Miller

This book is aimed at stimulating your interest and enjoyment of dragonflies. Able to help students undertaking ecological projects but also a valuable asset for anglers, farmers, gardeners or other naturalists. User-friendly keys for identification, b/w illustrations, 118pp. 1995

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M06187 Paperback  £14.99
NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 8 GROUND BEETLES NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 8 GROUND BEETLES   layout image

by Trevor G Forsythe

Contains simplified keys which will allow the identification of the most common, as well as the more localised or rare, species. Also includes tiger beetles. B/w illustrations, 95pp.

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M06188 Paperback  £14.99
NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 8 GROUND BEETLES NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 8 GROUND BEETLES   layout image

by Trevor G Forsythe

Contains simplified keys which will allow the identification of the most common, as well as the more localised or rare, species. Also includes tiger beetles. B/w illustration, 95pp.

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M06196 Hardback  £19.99
NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 9 ANIMALS ON SEAWEED NATURALIST HANDBOOK No. 9 ANIMALS ON SEAWEED   layout image

by Peter J Hayward

The seaweed belt provides a range of resources for exploitation for many species of invertebrates. This publication provides details of what you can find amound the seaweed around our shores. B/w and colour illustrations, 108pp. 2001 reprint

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M06189 Paperback  £14.99
NATURALISTS HANDBOOK No. 10 LADYBIRDS NATURALISTS HANDBOOK No. 10 LADYBIRDS   layout image

by Helen E Roy / Peter M J Brown / Richard F Comont / Remy L Poland / John J Sloggett

Revised and updated edition of the 1989 edition by Majerus and Kearns. Succinct but comprehensive overview of the biology of ladybirds and their parasites, focusing on ecology in an evolutionary context. Colour photographs, b/w figures and illustrations. 2nd edition 2013

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M06190 Paperback  £19.99
ST HELENA AND ASCENSION ISLAND: A Natural History ST HELENA AND ASCENSION ISLAND: A Natural History   layout image
St Helena was formed some 14 million years ago but Ascension is only a tenth as old. This difference in age confers a special interest. On St Helena colonising plants and animals have evolved into mature natural communities transforming the volcanic landscape whilst in contrast the ecological youth of Ascension leaves it forbidding but with its own austere beauty and biological surprises. Special attention is paid to biological research on the evolution of the two islands and to the history and destruction caused by human activities. Covers all groups of plants and animals with emphasis on species found nowhere else on earth. Colour plates and photographs, b/w illustrations, 496pp. 2000

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M17272 Hardback  £30.00
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