FSC Insects of the British Isles guide is a concise visual identification guide to the main groups of insects on land and in water. OP153
The nights may be drawing in, but there are still plenty of insects to see in September and October. We've chosen 4 FSC fold-out guides featuring over 100 insects and insect signs for you to spot this autumn, from Adonis' Ladybird and Oak Apple to Speckled Bush-cricket and Spangle Galls.
Covering 42 British species, the FSC Longhorn beetles guide is the first popular guide for many years to these large and colourful insects. OP177
FSC Grasshoppers guide is a field guide to 50 species of grasshoppers, crickets, bush crickets, ground hoppers, cockroaches, earwigs and stick insects. OP54
FSC Flying things wildlife pack features five of the FSC's fold-out guides. Find out the names of those insects that buzz, drift or zoom around your garden.
Beautifully illustrated by Richard Lewington, the FSC Hawkmoths guide all 18 British species of these spectacular insects, both adults and caterpillars. OP115
FSC Chalk rivers of England guide features the special insects, molluscs, mammals, fish and flowering plants that live around chalk streams and rivers. OP165
What's in your pond? Find out the names of the insects, plants, amphibians and reptiles that you see. Wildlife Pack with three fold-out guides.
FSC Dragonflies guide features adults of 28 dragonfly species and 16 damselfly species. With practice most species can be identified in flight. OP53
Nature spotters ln the garden. Head out into the garden and peer among the flowers, grasses and plant pots. Can you find all 80 Nature Spots?
The FSC House and garden spiders identification guide features 40 species most likely to be found in buildings or gardens. OP69
Looking for a beginner's guide to wild flowers? FSC Flowers of walks and waysides features 42 common plants in hedgerows, playing fields and garden. OP176
Nature spotters in trees and woodland is a spotters guide for trees, woods and forests. Can you find all 80 Nature Spots?
Need to identify minibeasts in ponds and streams? The simple yes/no flow chart of Freshwater Name Trail has been used by generations of visitors to the FSC. OP39-W
Need to identify minibeasts in ponds and streams? The simple yes/no flow chart of Freshwater Name Trail has been used by generations of visitors to the FSC. OP39
FSC Bats guide features all 16 British species at time of publication. The name trail is great for identifying any bats found at rest during the day. OP65