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Cambridge is a biodiversity hotspot, and its wildlife is celebrated in this multi-authored book. The city's habitats, geology, climate and development are all covered. These are followed by chapters on the flora, bryophytes, fungi and lichens. Invertebrates are treated in equal detail, with accounts on insects, spiders and molluscs. Then follow chapters on fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Interesting sites, nature conservation successes are also covered.
This book describes all the species that occur in the area and the best places to see them.
This book describes the rich diversity of wildlife found along the Somerset coast, with chapters on seaweeds and marine life, flowering plants, mosses and liverworts, lichens and fungi, insects, spiders and other invertebrates, reptiles and amphibians, birds and mammals, as well as chapters on habitats, geology and fossils, and its history.
This book is about flowers, their pollinators and the pollination crisis. The book recommends over 100 flowers that are good for pollinators
St Helena has a unique invertebrate fauna of great evolutionary interest, including over 420 endemic species. This is the first identification guide to cover nearly all of the island's native and established invertebrates.
The book describes Cornwall's 37 resident and regular migrant butterflies plus the best places to see butterflies in Cornwall. Butterflies of the Isles of Scilly are also mentioned.