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Freshwater Life Britain and Northern Europe (Collins Pocket Guide Ser.)

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ISBN 100007177771
ISBN 139780007177776

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Field guide to the freshwater life of Britain and north-west Europe. [Richard Sidney Richmond Fitter; R L Manuel]. Advanced Search. Browse. Collins Pocket Guide: Freshwater Life of Britain and Northern Europe by Greenhalgh, M.; Ovenden, D.

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at Pemberley Books. Present-day Northern Ireland, a province of just million people that along with Great Britain composes the political entity of the United Kingdom, retains its sense of separation, both in the. In a recent review of the taxonomy of the freshwater fishes in Europe (Kottelat and Freyhof ), the previously accepted total of European fish species (Maitland ) was increased to Author: Peter Maitland.

Here, you can take to the spectacular arch Glenfinnan Viaduct, which was a location of the Harry Potter films and take in the impressive sight of Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis, on the.

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Britain's 21 most beautiful lakes. Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. Lough Neagh is the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles, 18 miles long and seven miles .