RSPB Pocket Nature Wildlife of Britain Paperback – 1 Apr 2009
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There are better books for individual groups, but this is a great introductory book that brings all the groups together in a very accessible way. It starts with trees, then flowering plants, grasses, fungi, mammals, bird, reptiles and amphibians, fish, butterflies, moths (including some of the conspicuous caterpillars) some of less well known insects, beetles, plant bugs, dragonflies and damselflies and aquatic invertebrates (some freshwater and marine). I also like that arachnids, myriapods and gastropods are touched upon although mostly in reference to families.
It's listed as "Pocket Nature" but it's a bit on the heavy side and too big for pockets, so you might not want to take it as a field guide but great for reference when you get home.
Good to read before you venture out but difficult to identify anything using it.
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Contains nice illustrations but contains nowhere near enough information for identifying anything but the commonest species. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very reasonable cost, and remarkable for a quick reference!Published 1 month ago by Robin Broadbent
This is such an informative book if you love British wildlife and want to look up something you have spotted when out and about or in your garden.Published 9 months ago by PJB