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Hawkweeds of South-East England

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key New
Series: BSBI Handbooks Volume: 20
By: Mike Shaw(Author)
250 pages, 400+ colour photos, b/w illustrations, and colour distribution maps,
Hawkweeds of South-East England
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  • Hawkweeds of South-East England ISBN: 9780901158574 Hardback May 2020 In stock
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Hawkweeds (Hieracium spp.) are considered one of the trickiest groups of plants in Britain and Ireland, presenting a challenge to even the bravest botanist. With this new BSBI Handbook author Mike Shaw,  Sussex-based hawkweed enthusiast, a BSBI member since 1988 and former BSBI County Recorder for West Sussex, hopes to bring identification of this beautiful but difficult genus within reach for any botanist encountering hawkweeds in Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, the Isle of Wight or Kent.

In Hawkweeds of South-East England, Mike focuses on 58 species of hawkweed recorded in south-east England. He gives historical information, details of sites where you can see each of the species, notes on habitats and flowering times, a key to the eight hawkweed sections found in south-east England and identification tips to help you ID your hawkweed to species.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key New
Series: BSBI Handbooks Volume: 20
By: Mike Shaw(Author)
250 pages, 400+ colour photos, b/w illustrations, and colour distribution maps,
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