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Field Guide to Sphagnum Mosses in Bogs

Field / Identification Guide
By: John O'Reilly(Author), Clare O'Reilly(Author), Ros Tratt(Author)
8 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, 1 b/w line drawing
Field Guide to Sphagnum Mosses in Bogs
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  • Field Guide to Sphagnum Mosses in Bogs ISBN: 9781851532766 Unbound Dec 2012 In stock
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Produced in association with the Moors For The Future partnership, IUCN and the Heather Trust, this fold-out chart fulfils the need for a straightforward photographic identification guide to the more important Sphagnum mosses found growing in bogs throughout the UK.

Specially taken photographs of the leaves and shoots of each species are accompanied by further ID notes in the text (including guidance on commonly confused species), a guide to the major colours of each species and scale. Text on the reverse side covers the formation, importance and restoration of Sphagnum bogs.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: John O'Reilly(Author), Clare O'Reilly(Author), Ros Tratt(Author)
8 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, 1 b/w line drawing
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