Series: Kosmos-Naturführer

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"Country Life" Guide to Spiders of Britain and Northern Europe by Dick Jones
Bienen, Wespen, Ameisen: Hautflügler Mitteleuropas by Heiko Bellmann
A Field Guide in Colour to Beetles by K. W. Harde
Field Guide in Colour to Butterflies and Moths by Ivo Novak
A Field Guide in Colour to Wild Flowers by Dietmar Aichele
Der Kosmos Baumführer : über 400 europäische Bäume in Farbe by Christopher Humphries
Die Süßwasserfische Europas für Naturfreunde und Angler by Roland Gerstmeier
Unsere Gräser: Süßgräser, Sauergräser, Binsen by Dietmar Aichele
Vogels van Europa, Noord-Afrika en het Midden-Oosten by Lars Jonsson
Was lebt in Tümpel, Bach und Weiher? In Farbe. Pflanzen und Tiere unserer Gewässer by Wolfgang Engelhardt
Welcher Baum ist das? : Tabellen zum Bestimmen der heimischen und eingeführten Holzgewächse Mitteleuropas by Alois Kosch
Welcher Nachtfalter ist das? Spinner, Spanner, Schwärmer,und andere häufige Nachtschmetterlinge by Thomas Marktanner

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