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The Lichens of Great Britain and Ireland
This work, a much enlarged revision of ‘The Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland' published in 1992, reflects the enormous advances in lichen taxonomy over the last two decades and is the standard work for the identification of lichens in Great Britain and Ireland. There are keys to 327 genera and 1873 species, with detailed descriptions and information on chemistry and distributions. The language is accessible, avoiding obscure terminology, and the keys are elegant. This book is indispensable to all serious students of lichens and to other biologists working in the related fields of ecology, pollution, chemical and environmental studies.
This work is now Out of Print but is being reprinted and should be available later in 2017. Please contact the Richmond Publishing Company (details above) to reserve copies and be advised on publication.
Lichen Atlas of the British Isles - Fascicles 3 - 6
The Atlas has been published in fascicles, unbound A4 sheets hole-punched for keeping in a ring binder. Each species account includes a distribution map and a discussion of the lichen’s habitat, ecology, identification and status.
Fascicles 1 (1995) and 2 (Cladonia part 1 (59 spp) 1996) are out of print.
Catalogue No. 3. Fascicle 3: The foliose Physciaceae (Anaptychia, Heterodermia, Hyperphyscia, Phaeophyscia, Physcia, Tornabea) plus Arctomia, Lobaria, Massalongia, Pseudocyphellaria, Psoroma, Solorina, Sticta and Teloschistes. (54 spp) 1998.
Catalogue No. 4. Fascicle 4: Cavernularia, Degelia, Lepraria, Leproloma, Moelleropsis, Pannaria, Parmeliella. (36 spp) 1999.
Catalogue No. 5. Fascicle 5: Aquatic Lichens and Cladonia part 2. (64 spp). 2000.
Catalogue No. 6. Fascicle 6: Caloplaca. (58 spp) 2001.
Fascicles 3-6 are offered separately to BLS members and non-members at a special price of £3.00 each (approximately half price). Postage & Packing per fascicle £3.50 UK; 10.00 Europe. Or buy them all together as
Catalogue No. 7. Fascicles 3 to 6, BLS members and non-members £9.00 (buy three, get one free!). Postage and packing £8.50 UK, £25.00 Europe.
Microchemical Methods for the Identification of Lichens
Full of useful information on pigments, crystals, colour tests with reagents and thin-layer chromatography (TLC).
A Conservation Evaluation of British Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi
An essential reference for anyone trying to assess a habitat when presented with a lichen species list. This is essentially a directory of all British lichens and many lichenicolous fungi with their conservation status and with notes on particular species.
This revised edition comprises No. 13 in the JNCC "Species Status" series and can be downloaded from the JNCC website. A small number of printed copies are also available (see below for pricing).
Surveying and Report Writing for Lichenologists
Guidelines on commissioning surveys, fieldwork, identification and report writing, aimed principally at those people and organisations commissioning surveys and at those undertaking them. However, much of the information is of value to any lichenologist engaged in field recording.
Usnea "Aide Memoire"
An A5 booklet with drawings and many useful tips for identifying the British species of this difficult genus.
The Lichen Hunters
If you have been on any lichen field meetings in the last fifty years, this is a book you will enjoy. The late Oliver Gilbert’s boundless enthusiasm comes across in every page as he describes field meetings and explorations around Britain. Many past and present members of the Society are fondly remembered in this delightful book.
An excellent introduction to lichenology, from the basic biology of lichens to their environmental importance and the history of the science.
A Field Key to Common Churchyard Lichens
Spiral-bound book with strong paper. Illustrated keys to lichens of stone, wooden structures, soil and mosses. 53 colour photographs. Covers many common lowland lichens.
A Field Key to Coastal and Seashore Lichens
A superb guide to over 400 species. 96 colour photographs. In the same format as Catalogue No. 16.