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A Pocket Guide to the Bumblebees of Britain and Ireland

Field / Identification Guide
By: Bryan J Pinchen
64 pages, 39 col illus, 14 b/w illus
Publisher: Forficula Books
A Pocket Guide to the Bumblebees of Britain and Ireland
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  • A Pocket Guide to the Bumblebees of Britain and Ireland ISBN: 9780954934927 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 2006 In stock
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An illustrated identification guide to the bumblebees of Britain and Ireland. The identification pictures illustrate the colour patterns of each species but do not show differences in body shape. The most commonly encountered colour forms of queens and workers (females) of all species are illustrated.

Using this guide it should be possible to identify most bumblebees you see in the field without the need to collect specimens.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Bryan J Pinchen
64 pages, 39 col illus, 14 b/w illus
Publisher: Forficula Books
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