The Bryaceae includes 69 species occurring in W & C Europe and N Macaronesian islands. This comprehensive new Guide is based on research carried out over 22 years in the field and in herbaria. It is the first detailed floristic work on the family to adopt the current taxonomy derived from DNA sequence data.
Describes over 230 species woodland fungi found in Bucks, Berks & Oxon. It features those mostly to be found in the area plus some that are distinctive but uncommon.
Describes over 100 species of grassland and heathland fungi found in Berks, Bucks & Oxon. The brightly coloured waxcaps and other grassland specialists such as spindles, pinkgills and earthtongues are featured.
The Bumblebee Book offers an easy introduction for those new to bumblebees and also provides the more experienced naturalist with a wealth of information about their fascinating lives.
This is the first-ever book on the moths of the West Midlands covering all of the macro moths in the region (over 600 species) and many of the micro-moths regularly recorded.
This book helps you take your first steps with the dragonflies and damselflies of Britain and Ireland and enables you to confidently identify most of the species that you initially encounter.
Across the ages, humans have been remodelling ‘natural’ landscapes. The wild has been tamed and Nature squeezed into ever-smaller spaces. 'The Great Fen – A Journey Through Time' explores how the Cambridgeshire fenland has evolved through population growth, war, drainage and cultivation to the landscape of today.
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New and expanded edition now has 540 pages covering over 2300 species. Updated maps, over 2900 colour photos, incl. beetles, flies, ants, bees & wasps.
With detailed descriptions and photos of the adult, egg, caterpillar and chrysalis of each species, this book provides unique insights into a hidden world.
In this book Chris Preston and Mark Hill describe the bryophyte flora of the vice-county, based on a survey undertaken by local bryologists between 2000 and 2018
Shotover Hill is one of the most significant habitat complexes in southern England. This book summarises two decades of recoding and research across Shotover's rich variety of habitats and is a lasting tribute to the hard work of a dedicated team of specialists.