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Trees Of Britain And Europe

Author : Keith Rushforth
ISBN : 0002200139
Genre : Nature
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This field guide contains a collection of photographs of everything you need to identify a tree - whether in winter, spring, summer or autumn. Every species has a photograph of a whole tree, plus close-ups of its bark, buds, leaves, male or female flowers, and fruit. The photographs are backed up with text describing what to look for to differentiate one similar looking species from another. It covers over 800 species of tree - every species that is native to Europe, plus all the species that are commonly planted in parks and gardens.

A Field Guide To The Trees Of Britain And Northern Europe

Author : Alan F. Mitchell
ISBN : 9780002192132
Genre : Nature
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This work illustrates in color every tree regularly found in Britain and northern Europe. The text complements the paintings, stressing the important identification features of each tree. The keys are easy-to-use, designed to help even the beginner identify any tree they see in any season.

Trees In Britain Europe And North America

Author : Roger Phillips
ISBN : UOM:39015017873145
Genre : Nature
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The Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Trees Of Britain Europe

Author : Tony Russell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114576973
Genre : Nature
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The ultimate reference guide and identifier to more than 700 of the most spetacular trees, with over 500 specially commissioned artworks and photographs.

Green Guide To Trees Of Britain And Europe

Author : Bob Press
ISBN : 9781472916495
Genre : Nature
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Aimed at both the general reader and amateur naturalist, Green Guide Trees offers a wealth of information on observing and identifying 150 of the most commonly encountered tree species in Britain and Europe. Each tree is described in detail with information on height, shape, and important features such as foliage and fruit, and is illustrated with beautifully detailed, full colour painting. The introduction contains information on characteristics to help distinguish one family group of trees from another, and there are also keys which provide step-by-step clues to aid identification. Informative and compact, this book is ideal for both home reference and as a pocket companion in the field.

The Trees Of Britain And Northern Europe

Author : Alan Mitchell
ISBN : 0002198576
Genre : Nature
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This work illustrates in colour every tree regularly found in Britain and northern Europe. The text complements the paintings, stressing the important identification features of each tree. The keys are easy-to-use, designed to help even the beginner identify any tree they see in any season. A special section gives the locations in Britain of the finest specimens of each species.

Collins Tree Guide

Author : Owen Johnson
ISBN : 9780007207718
Genre : Trees
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This illustrated field guide, by David More and Owen Johnson, covers the trees of Britian and non-Mediterranean Europe.

Flora Of The British Isles

Author : A. R. Clapham
ISBN : 0521389747
Genre : Medical
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Originally published in paperback in 1990, this book's purpose was the accurate identification of all British plants.

Ducks Of Britain And Europe

Author : M. A. Ogilvie
ISBN : 9781408138649
Genre : Nature
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The forty-two species or subspecies of ducks which occur in Europe, including eleven vagrants from North America or Asia, are the subject of this book. Its author is an accepted authority on ducks and geese, and has been a member of the research staff of the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge since 1960. Most birdwatchers consider ducks to be especially attractive and interesting birds, and many species of ducks are also the legitimate quarry of wildfowlers. Both groups need to identify the species quickly and accurately, and almost half of the book is devoted to identification, offering a far more detailed account than is to be found in any of the field guides. There are detailed descriptions, species by species, of the adult males and females, immature birds, eclipse males, and downy young - voice, too, is dealt with - and full-colour plates of males and females show the flight patterns, so important for correct species identification. The habits of European ducks are treated in chapters on behaviour and ecology, breeding biology, distribution and status, and the ever-fascinating topic of migration and navigation. The distribution chapter has maps showing the summer and winter ranges in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Central Russia, for 24 species.?A final chapter considers the present day threats to ducks and their wetland habitats, and the conservation measures being taken to combat the threats. The colour plates and more than 80 line drawings in the text are by Carol Ogilvie, the author's wife. Jacket illustration by Carol Ogilvie

Galls Of North West Europe

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