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Terrestrial & Freshwater Invertebrates of St Helena

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Roger Key(Author), Liza Fowler(Author), David Price(Author), Vicky Wilkins(Editor), Rosy Key(Editor)
220 pages, 1200+ colour photos, b/w line drawings
Publisher: NatureBureau
Terrestrial & Freshwater Invertebrates of St Helena
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  • Terrestrial & Freshwater Invertebrates of St Helena ISBN: 9781913994020 Flexibound Jun 2021 In stock
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St Helena, a remote island in the South Atlantic, has a unique invertebrate fauna including 420 endemic species, including the Spiky Yellow Woodlouse, the Blushing Snail, Golden Sail Spider and weevils. This is the first identification guide to cover nearly all of the island’s native and established invertebrates. Over 1,000 species described and over 1,200 colour photographs, many of species never illustrated before.

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Field / Identification Guide New
By: Roger Key(Author), Liza Fowler(Author), David Price(Author), Vicky Wilkins(Editor), Rosy Key(Editor)
220 pages, 1200+ colour photos, b/w line drawings
Publisher: NatureBureau
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