Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition

Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland – second edition

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Article number: 9780995567337
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Auteur Francis StP. D. Bunker, Juliet A. Brodie, Christine A, Maggs and Anne R. Bunker
Taal English
ISBN 9780995567337
Uitgever Wild Nature Press
Pagina's 312
Formaat 14,8 cm x 21,0 cm
Bindwijze Paperback
Afbeeldingen color photos, black-and-white drawings and distribution cards
Jaar van uitgave   2017

The British and Irish seas contain more than 600 different types of seaweeds. Yet for many divers, snorkelers and 'rockpoolers' it is difficult to name them. With the beautiful English photo guide Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland, recognition of a number of seaweed species has become a lot easier.

This guide, which is indispensable for the determination of seaweed, comprises more than 235 species. Each species is clearly described in detail with accompanying color photographs, information on habitat, distribution and confusion species. The species descriptions are divided into three groups: red, brown and green seaweeds, each with its own identification key and introduction. With more than 550 color photographs and illustrations, this guide is a great tool for anyone wanting to identify the seaweeds of Great Britain and Ireland.
Written by four of the most experienced and expert marine plant experts in Great Britain.
Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland was published as part of the Seasearch project, which provides training in the recognition of sea creatures and habitats and promotes inventory by volunteers.

  • More than 230 species, of which more than 50 new species
  • extensive type descriptions with information on size and habitat and distribution
  • with color photographs and distribution maps
  • information on the determination of microscopic characteristics
  • dichotomous keys
  • information about the biology of the most important seaweed groups
  • Both scientific and English names
  • A glossary with many used and specialized terms.

Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland is a beautiful English-language field guide with which more than 235 species of seaweed from the British and Irish seas can be identified.

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