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Identification Guide to Ireland's Bumblebees

Field / Identification Guide
By: Úna Fitzpatrick(Author), Andrew Byrne(Author), Bryan J Pinchen(Author)
25 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Identification Guide to Ireland's Bumblebees
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  • Identification Guide to Ireland's Bumblebees ISBN: 9781911172031 Edition: 2 Other Jan 2016 In stock
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Screw bound and printed full colour on both sides, this pocked-sized (85 × 125 mm, W × H) swatch should provide enough information to allow you to identify 19 of the Irish species of bumblebee that have been recorded from Ireland. True bumblebees are listed first followed by cuckoo bumblebees. The true bumblebees are grouped by tail colour as this is a key identification feature. The second edition features one new species, Bombus hypnorum, that is a recent arrival to Ireland.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Úna Fitzpatrick(Author), Andrew Byrne(Author), Bryan J Pinchen(Author)
25 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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