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.
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.
This guide describes over 100 species, including 60 newly identified by the author and specialists since 2005. The informative text and keys are accessible to beginners and professional bryologists alike.