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A New Key to Wild Flowers

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: John Hayward and Michael Hickey
278 pages, b/w line drawings
A New Key to Wild Flowers
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  • A New Key to Wild Flowers ISBN: 9781851532858 Edition: 2 Spiralbound Dec 1995 In stock
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  • A New Key to Wild Flowers ISBN: 9780521483469 Edition: 2 Spiralbound Jul 1995 Out of Print #41262
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This is a 2004 reprint by the Field Studies Council of the title originally published by Cambridge University Press. An essential reference for field botanists, ecologists and naturalists. This reprint is now a third larger than its predecessors and has been revised.

From the original publisher's announcement:

"This user-friendly key provides an easy route to the accurate naming of flowers, trees, grasses, sedges, rushes and ferns in the British Isles. No expert botanical knowledge is expected and with a little practice the key can quickly be mastered.

The key has its origins in courses run by the author where a simple field key was required. It is not a descriptive flora, but is intended for everyone who would like to know the names of flowers but who are discouraged by more sophisticated and wordy floras."

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: John Hayward and Michael Hickey
278 pages, b/w line drawings
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