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Collins Complete Guide to British Trees: A photographic guide to every common species

Field / Identification Guide
Paul Sterry
320 pages, colour photos
Paperback | Apr 2008 | #172268 | ISBN-13: 9780007236855
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This easy-to-use guide covers the 360 species of tree that are found in Britain & Ireland. Each species is covered in detail with information on how to identify, whether from a leaf, twig, bark or whole tree, plus extra information on where the tree grows (including a map), how high they grow, what uses it is put to and history.

Every species is also comprehensively illustrated with photographs of every useful feature - bark, leaf, seed, flower, twig and whole tree.

Re-issue of "Collins Complete British Trees" (2007).

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Paul Sterry is author of Complete British Wildlife, which has sold over half a million copies, as well as numerous other titles in the successful Collins Complete Photoguide series, including Complete British Birds and Complete British Wild Flowers. He owns the photo library Nature Photographers.

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