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106. Corbet, P and Brooks, S. Dragonflies. The New Naturalist.
1st. Ed. Pub. Collins. 2008 New hardback copy in print at £45 or softback at £25.
In this seminal new work, Philip Corbet and Stephen Brooks examine the behaviour, ecology and distribution of dragonflies in Britain and Ireland, placing emphasis on the insects' habitats and also on measures needed to conserve them.
£40.00 [ref: 34935]
106. Corbet, P. and Brooks, S. Dragonflies. The New Naturalist Library.
Ltd. 1st. Ed. Pub. Collins. 2008 pp.xvi, 456. This is copy no. 220 of a limited edition of 400 copies. Signed by Stephen Brooks (sadly, Philip Corbet passed away just before publication). Bound in dark brown Ross Napa leather, with raised bands. AEG. Complete with Buckram linen slipcase with one minor bump. As new.
£350.00 [ref: 42636]
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107. Watson, A and Moss, R. Grouse. The Natural History of British and Irish Species. The New Naturalist.
1st. Ed. Pub. Collins. 2008 A thoroughly fine copy in same dw.
Written by two of the world’s leading grouse specialists, this book offers fascinating insights into the natural history and behaviour of these birds, including aspects of their behaviour, the historical relevance of their names, the reasons behind population fluctuations and international conservation efforts.
£40.00 [ref: 35250]
107. Watson, A. and Moss, R. Grouse. The New Naturalist.
1st. Ed. Pub. Collins. 2008 Front cover faded. Overall vg. copy. Pbk.
£10.00 [ref: 44851]
108. Friend, P. Southern England. The New Naturalist.
1st. Ed. Pub. Collins. 2008 A fine copy in same dw.
Peter Friend highlights the many famous and much loved landscapes of the southern half of England, ranging from the Chalk Downs to the bays of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset, and provides detailed explanations for the wide variety of natural events and processes that have caused such an exciting range of surroundings.
£42.50 [ref: 43905]