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Whay joy… the new edition has arrived.

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We shall expect great things from you now!
Begin here https://www.ispotnature.org/communities/uk-and-ireland/view/project/759393/
There are 655 Species entries in the New (proposed) Dictionary…Just checked

Oooh! This looks like enticing bait to slowly, slowly, catchy Rigsby :open_mouth:
Thanks for the alert JoC :+1:
Mind you, were I to add this to a ‘Christmas list’, I can hear the groans of the long suffering already “what!? not another obscure book only of interest to about 5 people!”

Surely a book has only to be of interest to the person owning it? Let the other 4 buy their own copies.

Just because a book has less ‘reach’ doesn’t make it less valid. In fact, you could argue the reverse is true’.

I agree without reservation.

Secondhand books from Somerfield books.

Our latest Second-Hand Catalogue is now out with a mix of Botany, Trees, Ecology, Natural History and Plant Hunters.

A PDF of the catalogue is also available here.
https://www.summerfieldbooks.com/product-tag/november-catalogue-2021/?ml_subscriber=1827684439308637993&ml_subscriber_hash=i8h9&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=november_newsletter_second_hand_catalogue&utm_term=2021-11-26
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Some bargains here in their Damaged book sale.

This one must surely appeal to some ispotters « Micro-Moth Field Tips A Guide to Finding the Early Stages in Lancashire and Cheshire – A Chronological Guide from January to December. 2nd edition« .

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Yes, it is interesting. And he has just produced a volume 2. Somewhere, probably NHBS, you could buy both at a discount.