Willmot & Moyes’ The Flora of Derbyshire is the first Flora for this botanically-rich county since 1969. Printed in full colour throughout and based on ¾ million plant records, it is the culmination of nearly 20 years of research and fieldwork by the authors and their helpers.
This attractive and easy to use Guide helps to identify the 36 species of orchid found in the two counties, focusing on their most distinctive features. Each species is beautifully photographed, while the text provides key characteristics and habitat information.
Seaweeds and marine creatures like crabs are a familiar sight on a beach – but what type of seaweed and what type of crab? This new guide by photographer and naturalist Nigel Phillips illustrates 136 species that you are likely to find on a beach expedition in Somerset.
All 1069 species of hornworts, mosses and liverworts are mapped in this two-volume publication. "A truly magnificent achievement" Prof. John Birks
An attractive and easy to use pocket-sized guide to the wild-food species found in the three counties
An attractive and easy to use pocket guide to the butterfly and day-flying moth species of the three counties
An attractive and easy to use pocket guide to the 70+ species of hoverfly found in Berks, Bucks and Oxon
An essential reference book for ecologists, site surveyors, naturalists, land managers and students, and a valuable resource for anyone interested in the local environment and its conservation
This first Flora of Birmingham and the Black Country tells a positive story about the unsung beauty and vitality hidden in our urban landscape
Covers all 225 species of lichens found on the remote tropical island of St Helena
An attractive and easy-to-use pocket guide to the mosses and liverworts found in the three counties
An attractive and easy-to-use pocket guide to the orchids found in the three counties