This illustrated guide identifies over 450 species of trees, both native and naturalized, offering details of structure, distinguishing features and information on distribution. A history of trees and practical information on field equipment and conservation issues is also provided.
This illustrated guide identifies over 450 species of trees, both native and naturalized, offering full details of structure; distinguishing features such as bark, leaves, flowers and fruit; and information on distribution. Each of the main species is illustrated with colour photographs and where similar additional species are noted, these are accompanied by precise line drawings showing specific characters. A history of trees and information on how to identify trees correctly is provided in the introduction, and practical information on field equipment and conservation issues can be found in the final section of the book.
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Bob Press, a professional botanist, has studied European, Asian, Himalayan and North African plants. He has written numerous publications including both scientific works and popular field guides. David Hosking is widely acknowledged as a natural history photographer of outstanding ability. He is also a director of his own company which specialises in wildlife expeditions. Margaret Tebbs is a botanical illustrator. Her work is highly regarded internationally and she contributes scientific artwork to many publications.
Trees of Britain and Europe by Bob Press
Photographic Field Guides S.
Used - Very Good
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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