Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland
Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland
Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland
Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland
Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland
Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland

Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland

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Article number: 9781472935687
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Authors Helen Roy & Peter Brown
Language English
ISBN 9781472935687
Publisher Bloomsbury
Pages 160
Format 216 x 135 mm
Binding method Paperback
Images Full colour images and illustrations (by Richard Lewington)
Year Published   2018

This Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland covers all 47 species of ladybird occurring in the British Isles in a handy and easy-to-use format. Twenty-seven species are colourful and conspicuous and easily recognised as ladybirds; the remaining species are more challenging, but the clear illustrations and up-to-date text in this guide will help to break down the identification barriers. A useful introduction provides an overview of ladybird ecology, tips on studying and recording, and suggested sites for finding ladybirds. The main part of the book comprises detailed species texts, covering field characters, food, habitats, suggested survey methods, ranges, conservation statuses and distribution trends. An illustrated at-a-glance identification guide and helpful pointers for differentiating similar-looking species are also included. With 102 colour photographs and 47 distribution maps, combined with Richard Lewington's peerless artwork, Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Great Britain and Ireland is the definitive guide to one of our most cherished and charismatic insect groups.

"A ground-breaking identification guide ... the perfect marriage of artistic excellence, deep knowledge and, dare I say it, of scientists' genuine affection." 
Brett Westwood

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