ID Resource Resource Finder

The ID Resource Finder is an online searchable catalogue of UK wildlife identification resources. A key feature is that this catalogue is crowd-sourced, all you have to do is create an account to add/edit the resources.

If you spot anything missing, any broken links or mistakes then please jump in and add/fix it. Or let the team know about issue via email: [email protected].

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Title Description Author(s)sort descending Free Availability
British Caterpillar Galleries These caterpillar (larva) picture galleries contain identification photos of many of the most distinctive caterpillars o Steve Ogden (Wildlife Insight) Yes Online View Edit
Photo gallery - Sciomyzidae (snail-killing or marsh flies) Steve Falk's Flickr gallery of Sciomyzidae (snail-killing or marsh flies) https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Molluscs A collection of photographs for UK molluscs. Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collections for Coleoptera A collection of photographs for UK beetles. Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Diptera A collection of photographs for UK diptera. Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Hemiptera A collection of photographs for UK Hemiptera (bugs, aphids, cicadas etc.). Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Hymenoptera A collection of photographs for UK Hymenoptera (bees, wasps, ants and relatives). Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Odonata A collection of photographs for UK Odonata (dragonflies & damselflies). Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Orthoptera A collection of photographs for UK Orthoptera (grasshoppers, crickets, bush-crickets etc.) Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Araneae A collection of photographs for UK Araneae (spiders) Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Field Guide to the Bees of Great Britain and Ireland Written by Steven Falk, professional naturalist and conservationist with over forty years' experience of working wi Steven Falk No Publication View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Opiliones A collection of photographs for UK Opiliones (Harvestmen spiders). Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Draft key to British blowflies (Calliphoridae) and woodlouse flies (Rhinophoridae) This is a test version. Steven Falk Yes PDF View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Amphibians A collection of photographs for British Amphibians. Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection Reptiles A collection of photographs for British Reptiles. Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Birds A collection of photographs for British birds. Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Steven Falk's Flickr Collection for Mammals A collection of photographs for British Mammals. Steven Falk Yes Online View Edit
Britain's Hoverflies Britain's Hoverflies is a beautifully illustrated photographic field guide to the hoverflies of Britain, focusing o Stuart Ball and Roger Morris No Publication View Edit
A field key to the British Red Seaweeds The larger seaweeds (marine ALGAE) are classified into four major groups according to the pigments (coloured compounds) t Sue Hiscock Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Online Identification Guide to the Birds of Britain and Europe Beginners and advanced online keys. surfbirds.com Yes Online View Edit
Understanding Geography Fieldwork 1: Statistics for Geographers Aimed at GCSE and AS/A2, the Understanding Geography Fieldwork series of fold-out charts have been designed for independ Sutton No Publication View Edit
Cloud name trail Produced in partnership with the Royal Meteorological Society, this laminated fold-out chart is a key to the major forms Swain &Walker No Publication View Edit
The Plant Crib The Plant Crib (1998) evolved from earlier publications and was prepared to facilitate plant identification and recordin T. C. G. Rich & A. C. Jermy (eds) Yes Online, PDF, Publication View Edit
BSBI Handbook No 2 Umbellifers of The British Isles Keys to, descriptions and line drawings of 73 British species. Drawings by Ann Farrer. T. G .Tutin No Publication View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 1 Part 7. Psocoptera This Handbook is designed to give a general account of the external morphology of the Psocoptera, emphasizing those char T. R. New Yes Online, PDF View Edit
BSBI Handbook No 6 Crucifers Standard reference for the identification of Cruciferae species in the British Isles. T.C.G. Rich No Publication View Edit
Our Guide to Newts found in the UK All the information on the UKs Newts, includes their food, mating and hibernation habits as well as their protected stat The Wild Outside Yes Online View Edit
Owls and owl pellets Produced in conjunction with the Hawk and Owl Trust, this chart is both an identification guide to owls and a practical Thomas & Shields No Publication View Edit
A key to the major groups of terrestrial invertebrates Second edition of this popular AIDGAP identification guide is designed to help non-specialists identify the larger (& Tilling No Publication View Edit
BSBI Handbook No 15 British Northern Hawkweeds There are 21 species in British Northern Hawkweeds (Hieracium section Alpestria), 16 of which occur in Shetland, four in Tim C. G. Rich & Walter Scott No Publication View Edit
BSBI Handbook No 13 Grasses of the British Isles This new Handbook attempts to bridge the gap between the taxonomy of the 1980s and the new molecular phytogenies that ar Tom Cope & Alan Gray No Publication View Edit
The Dreaded Scopariinae – some notes on identification You may think that all the Scoparia and Eudonia micro-moth species look the same! Tony Davis Yes Online View Edit
Guide to Difficult [moth] Species online This web page allows you to download PDFs of the now out-of-print "British and Irish moths: an illustrated guide to Townsend, M.C., CLifton, J., and Goodey, B. Yes PDF View Edit
Orthosia (Quaker) Moth identification March is a month neglected by many moth trappers. Trevor and Dilys Pendleton Yes Online View Edit
Nottinghamshire Shieldbugs The excellent Eakringbirds.com website contains and excellent section on the Shieldbugs of Nottinghamshire includes phot Trevor and Dilys Pendleton Yes Online View Edit
Harvestmen in Nottinghamshire A photographic guide to the Harvestmen of Nottinghamshire found at the excellent Eakringbirds.com website. Trevor and Dilys Pendleton Yes Online View Edit
Soil types: a field identification guide This AIDGAP field guide is intended to help students to identify soils in the field in the British Isles. Trudgill No Publication View Edit
A key to the families of British Coleoptera (beetles) and Strepsiptera This AIDGAP identification key will help non-specialists to identify all families of British beetles - of which there ar Unwin No Publication View Edit
A key to families of British bugs (Insecta, Hemiptera) This AIDGAP identification guide should enable non-specialists to identify the adults of most British bugs (Hemiptera) t Unwin No Publication View Edit
UK Harvestmen (Opiliones) Facebook group UK Harvestmen (Opiliones) Facebook group, with group members sharing photos, ID help and signposting to courses and addi Various Yes Online View Edit
iSpot Bayesian keys Various online multi-access keys for identifying British wildlife. Various Yes Online View Edit
Identification of Freshwater Invertebrates to Species Level: A distance learning course from FBA and EA. Currently not running as a tutor lead course, but downloading of the (copio Various mainly Richard Chadd Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 1 Part 5. Dermaptera and Orthoptera THE Orders Dermaptera and Orthoptera are usually treated together, as a matter of convenience, in dealing with limited f W. D. Hincks Yes Online, PDF View Edit
A Key To The Genera Of The British Seaweeds This key is developed from one used on various courses at the Marine Biology Station, Menai Bridge and at Dale Fort Fiel W. Eifion Jones Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 2 Part 2c. Cicadellidae (Typhlocybinae) with a checklist of the British Auchenorhyncha (Hemiptera, Homoptera) The Auchenorhyncha is generally regarded as being divided into two series, the Cicadomorpha and the Fulgoromorpha. W. J. Le Quesne and K. R. Payne Yes Online, PDF View Edit
BSBI species accounts The species accounts available on the BSBI web page and provide information on identification, habitat, biogeography, ec Walker, K.J. & Stroh, P.A. Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Plant identification for Phase 1 habitat survey This FSC fold-out chart is designed to help you identify the indicator species needed to carry out a Phase 1 habitat sur Wallace, Duffell & Harper No Publication View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 2 Part 2a. Hemiptera - Cicadomorpha (excluding Deltocephalinae and Typhlocybinae) THE Auchenorhyncha are generally regarded as being divided into two series, the Cicadomorpha and the Fulgoromorpha: this Walter J. Le Quesne Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 2 Part 2b. Hemiptera - Cicadomorpha - Deltocephalinae This part deals with the subfamily Deltocephalinae, which includes 101 British species. Walter J. Le Quesne Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 2 Part 3. Hemiptera - Fulgoromorpha THE Auchenorhyncha are generally regarded as being divided into two series, the Fulgoromorpha and the Cicadomorpha: for Walter J. Le Quesne Yes Online, PDF View Edit

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