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Urban lichens 1 (on trees and wood) This is a good time to look at urban lichens, as levels of sulphur dioxide, air pollution and acid rain have been fallin Dobson No Publication View Edit
Urban lichens 2 (on stone and soil) This is a good time to look at urban lichens, as levels of sulphur dioxide, air pollution and acid rain have been fallin Dobson No Publication View Edit
Urban tree survey - tree identification key Identification guide to support the urban tree survey. NHM Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Various keys to robberflies Collection and links to various keys to robberflies, including LUCID and conventional keys to the different tribes, fami F. Geller-Grimm Yes Online View Edit
Vegetative identification keys for selected woody plant genera in Western European cultivation Vegetative identification keys (pdf files in English) for selected woody plant genera in Western European cultivation, c Jan De Langhe Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Wader Identification An Identikit multi-access key covering 30 wader species (non-breeding plumage) known to occur in Britain. Docker, S. & Offord, K. D. Yes App View Edit
Walking With Woodlice Simple key to help identify the woodlice that you are most likely to find. NHM Yes Online View Edit
Water horsetail - ID video A video guide (short YouTube film) to the diagnostic features of Equisetum fluviatile (Water Horsetail) to aid in the id Lliam Rooney/BSBI Yes Online View Edit
Watford Coleoptera Group A brilliant site for identifying British beetles. Watford Coleoptera Group Yes Online View Edit
Weevil Guides These are draft guides to genera or species groups of weevils. Mark Gurney Yes Online, PDF View Edit
What to look out for in July Photo guide to the most commonly seen wildflowers in July. Plantlife Yes Online, PDF View Edit
What’s in bloom in June? Photo guide to the most commonly seen wildflowers in June (alternate version). Plantlife Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Wild bees of Scotland - Identification Guide This guide uses a combination of size, colour pattern and biological information to provide an identification key of 14 SNH Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Wild berry (& other fruit) spotter’s sheet Photo guide to the most commonly seen berries and fruiting trees and shrubs in hedgerows. Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Wild Flower Id - The British Identification Guide to Wild Flowers App for identifying wild flowers of the UK. Isoperla No App View Edit
Wild Flower Key Corrigenda Details of important corrections to the Wild Flower Key are set out in this PDF. CLARE O’REILLY Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Wild Plants of the Woods Photo guide to the most commonly seen wildflowers in woodland. Plantlife Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Wildflowers to look for in August Photo guide to the most commonly seen wildflowers in August. Plantlife Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Wildflowers to look for in September Photo guide to the most commonly seen wildflowers in September. Plantlife Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Winter trees: a photographic guide to common trees and shrubs Identifying trees in winter without their familiar leaves can apear a daunting challenge, but a closer look will reveal Price & Bersweden No Publication View Edit
Winter Webs A guide to spider webs commonly found in winter, and how they can help us find out which family or genus of spiders made Holly Dillon Yes PDF View Edit
Woodland name trail (mini beasts) Looking to identify the minibeasts of soil and leaf litter? Bebbington et al No Publication View Edit
Woodland plants Colour illustrations of 41 species of common woodland plant are included in this 8-page laminated fold-out chart. Gulliver, Gulliver & Roberts No Publication View Edit
Woodlice Woodlice are amongst the most familiar of animals. Oliver & Meechan No Publication View Edit
Woodlice and Waterlice (Isopoda: Oniscidea & Asellota) in Britain and Ireland 4 species of waterlice and 40 species of woodlice occur outdoors in Britain and Ireland. Gregory No Publication View Edit
World Spider Catalog This primarily a fully searchable online database covering spider taxonomy, but it has a longer history of predecessors Natural History Museum of Bern Yes Online View Edit

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