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Bees, Ants and Wasps: A Key to Genera of the British Aculeates by Pat WillmerBees, wasp and ants
British Plant Galls: Identification of Galls on Plants and Fungi by Margaret RedfernPlant galls
British Sawflies: a key to adults of genera occurring in Britain by Adam WrightSawflies
British Water Plants by S; Sinker Haslam, C. and Wolseley, P.British Water Plants
The Fern Guide: A field guide to the ferns, clubmosses, quillworts and horsetails of the British Isles by James MerryweatherFerns and allies
A Field guide to the British red seaweeds (Rhodophyta) by Sue Hiscockred seaweeds
A Field Guide to the Sharks of British Coastal Waters by Philip VasSharks
A Field Key to the British brown seaweeds by Sue Hiscockbrown seaweeds
Field Key to the Freshwater Fishes and Lampreys of the British Isles by Alwyne WheelerFreshwater Fishes and Lampreys
Field Key to the Shore Fishes of the British Isles by Alwyne WheelerShore Fishes
A Field Key to the Slugs of the British Isles by R.A.D. CameronSlugs
Freshwater Bivalves of Britain and Ireland by Ian KileenFreshwater bivalves
Guide to the Adult Caddisflies or Sedge Flies (Trichoptera) by Peter C. BarnardAdult caddisflies
Guide to the British Stonefly (Plecoptera) Families: Adults by David PryceStoneflies
A guide to the Identification of deciduous broad-leaved trees and shrubs in winter by Andrew MayDeciduous broad-leaved trees and shrubs
Illustrated key to the British False Scorpions (Pseudoscorpions) by Gerald LeggFalse scorpions
Illustrated key to the families of British Springtails (Collembola) by Thom DallimoreSpringtail families
Insects of the Cow Dung Community (Field Studies Council Publications) by Peter SkidmoreInsects of cow-dung
Key to earthworms of the UK and Ireland by Emma SherlockEarthworms of the UK and Ireland
Key to the Adults of British Lacewings and Their Allies (AIDGAP) by Colin W. PlantLacewings
A Key to the Adults of British Water Beetles by L. E. FridayWater beetles
A Key to the Collembola (springtails) of Britain and Ireland by Steve P. HopkinCollembola
A key to the Crabs and Crab-like animals of British inshore waters by J.H. Crotherscrabs
A key to the families of British beetles by D. M. UnwinBeetle families
A key to the families of British bugs by Dennis M. UnwinBug families
A Key to the Families of British Diptera by D. M. UnwinDiptera families
Key to the identification of British centipedes by A.D. BarberBritish centipedes
Key to the Invertebrate Fauna of Stony Hill Streams by Margaret RedfernInvertebrates of stony hill streams
Key to the Major Groups of British Freshwater Invertebrate Animals by P.S. CroftFreshwater invertebrates
A key to the major groups of British marine invertebrates by J.H. Crothersmarine invertebrates
A key to the major groups of British terrestrial invertebrates by S.M. TillingTerrestrial invertebrates
A Key to the Woodlice of Britain and Ireland (AIDGAP) by Stephen P. HopkinWoodlice
Keys to the adults of seed and leaf beetles of Britain and Ireland by David Hubbleadult seed and leaf beetles
Keys to the Families of British Spiders by L.Jones- WaltersSpiders key
Land Snails in the British Isles by Robert CameronLand snails
A New Key to Wild Flowers by John HaywardWild flower key
A Pictorial Guide to British Ephemeroptera by Craig MacadamEphemeroptera
Sea Spiders: A Revised Key to the Adults of Littoral Pycnogonida in the British Isles by Philip Ernest KingSea spiders
Simple Key to Caddis Larvae by Ian WallaceCaddis larvae
Slugs of Britain and Ireland by Ben Rowsonslugs
Soil Types: A Field Identification Guide by S.T. TrudgillSoil types
Winter Trees: a Photographic Guide to Common Trees and Shrubs by Dominic PriceWinter trees

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AIDGAP is an acronym for Aid to Identification in Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants.
The AIDGAP series is a set of books published by the Field Studies Council. They are intended to enable students and interested non-specialists to identify groups of taxa in Britain which are not covered by standard field guides. In general, they are less demanding in level than the Synopses of the British Fauna.

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