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Identifying animals – All Vertebrates of France, Benelux, Great Britain and Ireland

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A new concept: five natural history books in one!  This guide to vertebrates allows you to identify 635 species with accuracy and ease, including all birds (nesters, wintering and birds of passage), mammals (including cetaceans and bats), reptiles, amphibians and freshwater fish.  The territory covered includes the whole of the British Isles, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.  The work is fully bilingual: French and English; common names are also given in Flemish.

Its pocket size makes it your loyal naturalist companion.

Identification draws on:

– high quality watercolors grouped into plates of 4 to 6 species;

– concise texts, arranged opposite the plates, indicating the size of the animal, a brief description and the preferred habitat;

– up-to-date distribution maps with the most recent knowledge;

– pictograms indicating whether the species is easy or difficult to observe;

– with comparative plates, avoid the most common or the most subtle traps;

– Advice enabling you to improve your observations without disturbing the animals.

 

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A new concept: five natural history books in one!  This guide to vertebrates allows you to identify 635 species with accuracy and ease, including all birds (nesters, wintering and birds of passage), mammals (including cetaceans and bats), reptiles, amphibians and freshwater fish.  The territory covered includes the whole of the British Isles, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.  The work is fully bilingual: French and English; common names are also given in Flemish.

Its pocket size makes it your loyal naturalist companion.

Identification draws on:

– high quality watercolors grouped into plates of 4 to 6 species;

– concise texts, arranged opposite the plates, indicating the size of the animal, a brief description and the preferred habitat;

– up-to-date distribution maps with the most recent knowledge;

– pictograms indicating whether the species is easy or difficult to observe;

– with comparative plates, avoid the most common or the most subtle traps;

– Advice enabling you to improve your observations without disturbing the animals.

 

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9782914817851
ISBN number
978-2-914817-85-1
Publications
Biotope
Collection
Bibles du naturaliste
Softcover / hardcover
Souple avec rabats
Printing date
2012
Width in cm
14
Height in cm
24
Weight in kg
0,8
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Author
collectif Biotope, Michel Geniez (coordinateur)
Number of pages
320
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Identifying animals – All Vertebrates of France, Benelux, Great Britain and Ireland

 

A new concept: five natural history books in one!  This guide to vertebrates allows you to identify 635 species with accuracy and ease, including all birds (nesters, wintering and birds of passage), mammals (including cetaceans and bats), reptiles, amphibians and freshwater fish.  The territory covered includes the whole of the British Isles, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.  The work is fully bilingual: French and English; common names are also given in Flemish.

Its pocket size makes it your loyal naturalist companion.

Identification draws on:

– high quality watercolors grouped into plates of 4 to 6 species;

– concise texts, arranged opposite the plates, indicating the size of the animal, a brief description and the preferred habitat;

– up-to-date distribution maps with the most recent knowledge;

– pictograms indicating whether the species is easy or difficult to observe;

– with comparative plates, avoid the most common or the most subtle traps;

– Advice enabling you to improve your observations without disturbing the animals.

 

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