|Author:||Mike Edwards,Martin Jenner|
|Title:||Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Great Britain and Ireland|
|Format:||lit rtf lrf txt|
|ePUB size:||1223 kb|
|FB2 size:||1822 kb|
|DJVU size:||1969 kb|
|Publisher:||Ocelli; Revised edition edition (September 1, 2009)|
A great little book for Hymenopterists and those with no experience in identifying bees. There is 22 species described in total. 16 true bumblebees and 6 cuckoo bumblebees. Anything that gets people interested in the fascinating subject of Bumblebees is a great thing. These insects are under threat from too many sides and we need more people to help in fighting for their survival. An excellent guide to Bumblebees for either the beginner or the expert with great photographs and an easy markings guide.
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Although this book is about bumblebees found in Essex, it is such a species rich county that the book can be applied to most of the UK and northern Europe. This is a very useful book for anyone wanting to know more, especially those living in the south-east of England. Pinchen, Bryan J. (2006). A pocket Guide to the Bumblebees of Britain and Ireland. At just £5 this book is a bargain. With clear drawings and descriptions of all the British and Irish bumblebees. And it really is small enough to carry in your pocket. Prys-Jones, O. E. and Corbet, S. A. (1987, 1991).
Home All Categories Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Great Britain and Ireland (Country & Garden Conservation). ISBN13: 9780954971311. Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Great Britain and Ireland. by Martin Jenner and Mike Edwards.
Personal Name: Edwards, Mike Verfasser. Publication, Distribution, et. Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Jenner, Martin Sonstige. Rubrics: Bumblebees, Great Britain, Identification Bumblebees, Ireland, Identification. Download now Field guide to the bumblebees of Great Britain & Ireland: Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Great Britain and Ireland: ISBN 9780954971311 (978-549713-1-1) Softcover, Ocelli, 2009. Die Geschichte der 21. 272. Infanterie-Division 1939-1945. ISBN 9783895553332 (978-3-89555-333-2) Hardcover, DÃ¶rfler, 2005. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Martin Jenner at LibraryThing.
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Field Guide to the Bees of Great Britain & Ireland' by Steven Falk/Richard Lewington. An excellent book from the Collins New Naturalist Series, although not to be used as an identification guide. 14. Bumblebees by Dave Goulson, OUP, 2009, £3. 9. An academic book encompassing behaviour, ecology and conservation.
In flight bumblebees are relatively slow and ponderous, and they never hover; whereas most flies have a much faster and darting flight pattern and will hover before alighting on a flower. Some hover flies (above) have developed to mimic bumblebee species, but only have one pair of wings and tend to fly much faster. Also watch the flight pattern - bumblebees can't hover.
A field guide to the bees of Great Britain and Ireland, by Steven Falk & Richard Lewington (2015) The first book since 1896 to cover all the bee species – solitary, bumble and honey – found in the UK and Ireland, lavishly illustrated with Richard Lewington’s artwork alongside photographs of the bees. Keys can be difficult because of the nature of the distinguishing features between some species, and a microscope will still be required for some species/groups, but this book is a quantum leap forwards for bee ID. Best used alongside Steven Falk’s British Bees Flickr galleries. Bumblebees of North America, by Paul Williams, Robbin Thorp, Leif Richardson and Sheila Colla (2014) This book is a must-have guide to the bumblebees of North America. It has identification charts for all 46 species, along with habitat and ecological information. It is richly illustrated, with colour photographs, diagrams and maps.