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RES Handbook Vol 4 Part 10. Coleoptera. Histeroidea THE Superfamily Histeroidea includes three families, Sphaeritidae, Syntellidae and Histeridae. D. G. H. Halstead Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 4 Part 2. Coleoptera. Carabidae THE family Carabidae is here treated in its widest sense, that, is including also the Tiger-beetles which have often bee Carl H. Lindroth Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 4 Part 3. Coleoptera. Hydradephaga This might be described as an abstract of British Water Beetles published by the Ray Society in 1940 and 1950 as most of F. Balfour-Browne Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 4 Part 8a. Coleoptera. Staphylinidae. Section (a) Piestinae to Euaesthetinae THE family Staphylinidae contains in the British Isles about 950 species, that is to say about one-quarter of the total C. E. Tottenham Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES handbook Vol 4 Part 9. Coleoptera (Pselaphidae) This is the first "booklet" ever published dealing exclusively with the British Pselaphidae. E. J. Pearce Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 10. Coleoptera - Tenebrionidae THE single family covered by this handbook belongs to that part of the Heteromera (Cucujoidea, section ii of Crowson, 19 M. J. D. Brendell Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 11 ed1. Coleoptera. Scarabaeoidea (lucanidae, Trogidae, Geotrupidae, Scarabaeidae) THE superfamily Scarabaeoidea, also known as the Lamellicornia, includes some of the most striking beetles in the Britis E. B. Britton Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 11. Dung Beetles & chafers - Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea The superfamily Scarabaeoidea forms a clear-cut natural group within Coleoptera that has been recognized since the earli L. Jessop Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 12. Coleoptera. Cerambycidae THE family Cerambycidae, members of which are popularly known as "Longhorns," is of world-wide distribution an E. A. J. Duffy Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 15. Coleoptera. Scolytidae and Platypodidae "BARK beetles* are of major economic importance and world-wide distribution. E. A. J. Duffy Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 1b. Coleoptera. Buprestidae The family Buprestidae is a large one, containing over 15,000 described species. Brian Levey Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 2c. Coleoptera - Heteroceridae THE family Heteroceridae is represented in Britain by a single genus, Heterocerus Fabricius, containing eight species. R. O. S. Clarke Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 3. Adults and Larvae of Hide, Larder and Carpet Beetles and their relatives (Coleoptera: Dermestidiae) and of Derodontid Beetles (Coleoptera: Derodontidae). Figures and Index This is just the figures and index for the volume of the same name. E. R. Peacock Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 3. Adults and Larvae of Hide, Larder and Carpet Beetles and their relatives (Coloptera: Dermestidiae) and of Derodontid Beetles (Coleoptera: Derodontidae). Main text The family Dermestidae contains over 1000 species in about 50 genera and is represented in every zoogeographical region E. R. Peacock Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 5a. Coleoptera. Rhizophagidae The family Rhizophagidae (Superfamily Cucujoidea) comprises four subfamilies (Crowson, 1955), two of which are represent Enid R. Peacock Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 5b. Coleoptera. Phalacridae THE family Phalacridae comprises a considerable number of genera and species and is represented in almost all parts of t R. T. Thompson Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 7. Coleoptera - Coccinellidae & Sphindidae THE World fauna of Coccinellidae includes over 3000 known species, of which only 42 occur in the British Isles. R. D. Pope Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 5 Part 9. Coleoptera THE families herein dealt with are not in themselves a complete family series but form part of the Heteromera (Cucujoide F. D. Buck Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 1. Hymenoptera - Introduction and key to families (2nd edition) THE order Hymenoptera possibly contains more species than any other group of British insects. Owain Westmacott Richards Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 2a. Hymenoptera - Symphyta OF the two Suborders of the Hymenoptera the Symphyta are much the smaller and are dealt with here in only four parts. R. B. Benson Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 2b. Hymenoptera - Symphyta Tenthredinidae is the predominant sawfly family in almost all parts of the world except Australia, where it is mainly re R. B. Benson Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 2c. Hymenoptera - Symphyta OF the three tribes in this subfamily only the Cladiini and Nematini occur in Britain; the Pristolini are, so far as is R. B. Benson Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 3a. Hymenoptera - Bethyloidea (excluding Chrysididae) The Chrysididae, which are familiar insects, seem at first sight very different from the other much rarer Bethyloidea bu J. F. Perkins Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 3b. Hymenoptera - Aculeata (Scolioidea, Vespoidea and Sphecoidea) The following account deals with three superfamilies, Scolioidea, Vespoidea and Sphecoidea, of the British Hymenoptera, O. W. Richards Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 3c. Hymenoptera - Formicidae THE British Isles, including the Channel Islands, have 44 known, indigen-ous ant species at the present time. Barry Bolton & Cedric A. Collingwood Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 4. Hymenoptera - Pompilidae The family Pompilidae is one of the best-characterised and most easily recognised of the aculeate families represented i Michael C. Day Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 6 Part 5. Cuckoo-Wasps. Hymenoptera, Chrysididae Among the British aculeate Hymenoptera, the Chrysididae constitute a spectacularly coloured but little known group of pa D. Morgan Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 7 Part 1. Hymenoptera - Ichneumonoidea (Pimplinae) The subfamily Pimplinae is biologically the most diverse, and probably the most extensively studied, within the Ichneumo M. G. Fitton, M. R. Shaw and I. D. Gauld Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 7 Part 11. Classification & biology of braconid wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) Hymenoptera constitute one of the largest and most successful orders of insects. M. R. Shaw & T. Huddleston Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 7 Part 2a i. Hymenoptera - Ichneumonoidea This part of the Handbooks includes a provisional key to the subfamilies of Ichneumonidae and keys to species of the Ich J. F. Perkins Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 7 Part 2a ii. Hymenoptera - Ichneumonoidea IN addition to the remaining tribe of the Ichneumoninae, this section of the Handbook also includes the Alomyinae, Agrio J. F. Perkins Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 7 Part 2b. Ichneumonidae - Orthopelmatinae & Anomaloninae This handbook is the third dealing with the Ichneumonidae. The first two by Dr J. F. I. D. Gauld & P. A. Mitchell Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 8 Part 1a. Hymenoptera. Cynipoidea. Key to families and subfamilies and Cynipinae (including galls) Hymenoptera, the British species, as listed in Kloet and Hincks (1945), numbering just over two hundred. R. D. Eady and J. Quinlan Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 8 Part 1b. Hymenoptera. Cynipoidea. Eucoilidae THE family Eucoilidae is the largest and most widely distributed of the parasitic families in the Cynipoidea. John Quinlan Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 8 Part 2a. Hymenoptera 2. Chalcidoidea Section (a). THE Chalcidoidea (Chalcid flies) form one of the largest superfamilies of the Hymenoptera, and are distributed in almost Ch. Ferrière and G. J. Kerrich Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 8 Part 2b. Hymenoptera 2. Chalcidoidea Section (b) Trus handbook covers the small family Elasmidae and introduces the very large family Eulophidae. R. R. Askew Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 8 Part 3d i. Hymenoptera, Proctotrupoidea. Diapriidae subfamily Diapriinae In presenting this handbook on the subfamily Diapriinae I have now dealt with all the British species of Diapriidae. G. E. J. Nixon Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 8 Part 3d ii. Hymenoptera. Proctotrupoidea. Diapriidae subfamily Belytinae THE Diapriidae, as interpreted by Kieffer in Das Tierreich, Diapriidae (1916), are divided into two subfamilies, the Dia G. E. J. Nixon Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 9 Part 1. Diptera - 1. Introduction and key to families HITHERTO the only key to the families of British Diptera has been that given in Wingate's Durham Diptera (1906), wh H. Oldroyd Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 9 Part 2 i. Diptera - 2. Nematocera: families Tipulidae to Chironomidae (Tipulidae) FLIES of the family TIPULIDAE may be recognized by their slender bodies and long, slender legs, the latter characteristi R. L. Coe, Paul Freeman & P. F. Mattingly Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 9 Part 2 ii. Diptera - 2. Nematocera: families Tipulidae to Chironomidae (Trichoceridae - Culicidae) THis is a small family represented in Europe by two genera, Trichocera (winter gnats) and Diazosma. R. L. Coe, Paul Freeman & P. F. Mattingly Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 9 Part 2 iii. Diptera - 2. Nematocera: families Tipulidae to Chironomidae (Chironomidae) FLIES of the family CHIRONOMIDAE may be distinguished from other Nematocerous families of Diptera by the following combi R. L. Coe, Paul Freeman & P. F. Mattingly Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 9 Part 3. Diptera - Nematocera. Mycetophilidae (Bolitophilinae, Ditomyiinae, Diadocidiinae, Keroplatinae, Sciophilinae and Manotinae) The Fungus-gnats (Mycetophilidae) are a large family of terrestrial Nematocera, usually with a compact hump-backed appea A. M. Hutson, D. M. Ackland and L. N. Kidd Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 9 Part 4a. Diptera - Brachycera. Tabanoidea and Asiloidea (Now superceded - see comments.) THE evolution of Diptera has clearly followed two main lines, one leading to Nematocera Harold Oldroyd Yes Online, PDF View Edit
RES Handbook Vol 9 Part 5. Diptera - Orthorrhapha Brachycera. Dolichopodidae THE Dolichopodidae belong to the Brachycera section of the Orthorrhapha. E. C. M. d'Assis Fonseca Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Revised Field Key To The Invertebrate Fauna Of Stony Hill Streams This illustrated key to the macroscopic invertebrates of small stony hill streams, based on those in the Long Mynd, Shro MARGARET REDFERN (Mrs. R. A. D. Cameron) Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Roadside Wild Flowers Photo guide to the most commonly seen wildflowers along our roads and roadside verges. Plantlife Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Rocks Designed for use in the field, classroom and laboratory, this 12-page chart features clear colour photographs of 71 comm Pellant & Pellant No Publication View Edit
Rocky shore lichens This fold-out chart covers 62 common species of lichen found on rocky sea shores from the low tide mark up to the limit Dobson No Publication View Edit
Rocky shore name trail 8-panel laminated fold-out chart will help you to identify some of the seashore animals, lichens and seaweeds that you a Simms, Cremona & Ward No Publication View Edit

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