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Guides to British Beetles 3. Dor Beetles Coleoptera: Geotrupidae and Bolboceratidae

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
Series: Guides to British Beetles Volume: 3
By: John Walters
4 pages, col photos, illus
Publisher: John Walters
Guides to British Beetles 3. Dor Beetles
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  • Guides to British Beetles 3. Dor Beetles ISBN: 9780954025670 Unbound Nov 2009 Out of Print #184679
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A colour guide to the 8 Dor Beetles species found in Britain. Each species is illustrated with colour photographs and line drawings are used to highlight key identification features. There are sections on finding dor beetles and a list of recommended books for further study.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
Series: Guides to British Beetles Volume: 3
By: John Walters
4 pages, col photos, illus
Publisher: John Walters
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