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Simple Invertebrates guide for students - OPAL survey

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Good morning , 

I came across this free resource yesterday , a nice little field guide for students to common Invertebrates .

Published by the Imperial Collage 

I hope you find it useful and educational.

about the OPAL survey itself. 

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/research-centres-and-groups/opal/BUGS-16pp-booklet_legacy.pdf

The field guide

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/research-centres-and-groups/opal/Invertebrates-guide--UPDATED-FINAL.pdf

The could be printed out into a nice little booklet or perhaps laminated . 

Astro

Post edited at 07:59
In reply to Astropath:

My wife’s ‘nature detectives’ club starts this week - she says ‘thanks’.  

In reply to Astropath:

Sent field guide link to my son, he's a biology teacher, especially interested in ecology. Thanks.

 Flinticus 28 Apr 2021
In reply to Astropath:

Now, if they did something for birds...

This (the insect one) is lovely, a thoughtful product.

In reply to Flinticus:

> Now, if they did something for birds...

> This (the insect one) is lovely, a thoughtful product.

http://www.rspb.org.uk/Images/BirdIDsheet_tcm9-384493.pdf

There you go

Another one designed for schools and students

Post edited at 07:15
 Flinticus 29 Apr 2021
In reply to Astropath:

Thanks...but

Carrio crow. Not found in Western Scotland. I beg to differ.

In reply to Flinticus:

> Thanks...but

> Carrio crow. Not found in Western Scotland. I beg to differ.

There's no pleasing some people 

;-D

In reply to Flinticus:

The Carrio Crow ain’t found anywhere

But I agree. 


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