The ID Signpost (642 matches)

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A key to the adults of British lacewings and their allies (Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidiptera and Mecoptera) This AIDGAP identification guide will help identity the adults of 73 species of lacewings and allied species (including Plant No Publication View Edit
A key to the Collembola (Springtails) of Britain and Ireland The AIDGAP identification guide to Collembola (springtails) has been designed to guide the beginner to this group throug Hopkin No Publication View Edit
A key to the crabs and crab-like animals of British inshore waters This fully-illustrated AIDGAP field guide enables the non-specialist to identify all of the crabs that are likely to be Crothers & Crothers No Publication View Edit
A key to the families of British Coleoptera (beetles) and Strepsiptera This AIDGAP identification key will help non-specialists to identify all families of British beetles - of which there ar Unwin No Publication View Edit
A Key To The Families Of British Diptera This AIDGAP key should enable anybody to identify adult flies to their family. D. M. Unwin Yes Online, PDF View Edit
A Key To The Genera Of The British Seaweeds This key is developed from one used on various courses at the Marine Biology Station, Menai Bridge and at Dale Fort Fiel W. Eifion Jones Yes Online, PDF View Edit
A Key to the Land Snails of the Flatford area, Suffolk THE Field Centre and its surroundings at Flatford Mill lie away from the East Anglian chalk, on quaternary drifts and al ]. E. MORTON AND J. MACHIN Yes Online, PDF View Edit
A key to the major groups of British freshwater invertebrates This AIDGAP identification guide is designed to help non-specialists identify the invertebrates found in pools, lakes, s Croft No Publication View Edit
A key to the major groups of terrestrial invertebrates Second edition of this popular AIDGAP identification guide is designed to help non-specialists identify the larger (> Tilling No Publication View Edit
A Key to the Soil Mites of Britain and Ireland This key should help you to identify families of mites found in soil and litter in the UK and Ireland, as well as introd Matthew Shepherd and Felicity Crotty No PDF View Edit

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