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fauna and flora of Gloucestershire by Charles A. Witchell

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Published by G.H. James in Stroud .
Written in English


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Statementby Chas. A. Witchell and W. Bishop Strugnell.
ContributionsStrugnell, W. Bishop.
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Open LibraryOL17380644M

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About this book. The result of a long and careful campaign of fieldwork and recording, this publication is an important addition to Gloucestershire fauna reference works and contains much useful information about beetles in the county. Also worth a visit is the Laurie Lee Wood, a beautiful 7-acre (3ha) ancient woodland set up by Laurie Lee's widow and daughter, which is full of native flora and fauna, including rare species such as white helleborine, with bluebells in spring. It is beside Swift's Hill nature reserve. Buy 50 Walks in Gloucestershire from the AA Amazon Shop. Stroud Festival of Nature, Stroud, United Kingdom. 1, likes were here. Stroud Festival of Nature, Stratford Park will be on Sunday 8th 5/5(4). in Gloucestershire, people from Gloucestershire and works written by Gloucestershire people. We also hold books about topics which have a Gloucestershire connection, such as fishing on the River Severn or local flora and fauna. Our library is a reference library. You are welcome to view or read any book we hold but you will.