ID Resource Resource Finder

The ID Resource Finder is an online searchable catalogue of UK wildlife identification resources. A key feature is that this catalogue is crowd-sourced, all you have to do is create an account to add/edit the resources.

If you spot anything missing, any broken links or mistakes then please jump in and add/fix it. Or let the team know about issue via email: biolinks@field-studies-council.org.

More info and how to create an account

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iSpot iSpot is a website aimed at helping anyone identify anything in nature. Open University Yes Online View Edit
iSpot Bayesian keys Various online multi-access keys for identifying British wildlife. Various Yes Online View Edit
July Wildflowers Spotter's Sheet Guide to the commonest wildflowers seen in July. Plantlife Yes PDF View Edit
June Wildflowers Spotter’s Sheet Photo guide to the most commonly seen wildflowers in June. Plantlife Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Keeping frog tadpoles Want to watch tadpoles develop into frogs?
 
 This illustrated 8-panel laminated fold-out chart is int Oxford & Sutton No Publication View Edit
Key for the identification of British Anthribidae A family of weevils with only ten British species, one of them only found in domestic situations and now very rare due t Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Attelabidae Two species of this family are found in Britain, with the larvae feeding in rolled-up leaves of various species of trees Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Biphyllidae A key to the two British species is found below. Both are associated with fungi on dry deciduous wood. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Bostrichidae There are only five species of this family of wood-boring beetles occurring in Britain. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Bothrideridae A small family in the British fauna, containing species variously classified in the past. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Buprestidae The British species of Buprestidae are very few and are mostly restricted to the SE of Britain. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Byrrhidae 13 species in 7 genera occur in Britain according to Duff's checklist (2012). Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Byturidae A family containing just two species in Britain, one of which is common and widespread through Britain. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Cerambycidae According to Duff's checklist of British Coleoptera there are 67 species of Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles) which a Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Cerylonidae There are five British species of this family listed in the latest checklist, from two genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Ciidae There are 22 species from 7 genera listed in the latest British checklist. 15 of these belong to genus Cis. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Clambidae A small family in the British fauna, comprising ten species in two genera, genus Calyptomerus and Clambus. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Cleridae There are 15 species of this family on the British list but several of these have not been recorded for over 100 years a Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Colydiidae This is a small family of twelve species of mostly wood-boring beetles. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Cucujidae A family with only two species in Britain, the more common Pediacus dermestoides and the more local Pediacus depressus. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Dasytidae The current checklist has 9 species in 4 genera from two subfamilies in Britain. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Dermestidae The current checklist has 40 species in this family on the British list from six subfamilies and thirteen genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Dryophthoridae Four species are known from Britain from this family of weevils. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Dryopidae Friday (1988) stated that the separation of these species depends on the form of the genitalia Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Dytiscidae The Dytiscidae are a group of water beetles with a good number of species in Britain. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Elmidae 'The 12 species of Elmidae found in Britain are classified in 8 genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Key for the identification of British Elmidae The 12 species of Elmidae found in Britain are classified in 8 genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Endomychidae A small family in Britain with nine species from five genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Erotylidae The 2012 edition of the Checklist of Beetles of the British Isles lists eight species from four genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Geotrupidae A key to the British species of family Geotrupidae, revised to include Odonteus armiger which was formerly placed in a s Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Gyrinidae The whirligig beetles are familiar to anybody who has had more than a cursory look at still or slow-moving water during Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Haliplidae 19 species of this aquatic family are found in Britain. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Heteroceridae The British members of this family number eight from two genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Histeridae The current check list of British Histeridae (Duff, 2012) lists 52 species from 21 genera and 7 subfamilies. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Hydrochidae The seven British species of this family are all in genus Hydrochus. They can be identified using the key below. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Kateretidae The nine British species of this family belong to three genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Kateretidae The nine British species of this family belong to three genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Laemophloeidae Twelve species from this family are on the British list. Mike Hackston Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Key for the identification of British Laemophloeidae Twelve species from this family are on the British list. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Lampyridae These are the so-called glow-worms. We have three species reported from Britain. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Latridiidae The current checklist includes 56 species in 13 genera and 2 subfamilies. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Leiodidae A total of 93 species in 20 genera and four subfamilies are on the latest British checklist. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Lucanidae A small family in the British fauna. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Lycidae A family represented in Britain by four species each in a different genus Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Lymexylidae Two species of this family are present in Britain, associated with dead and dying trees. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Malachiidae The current check list has 17 species in 11 genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online, PDF View Edit
Key for the identification of British Malachiidae The current check list has 17 species in 11 genera. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Megalopodidae A small family with only three British species, closely related to the Chrysomelidae, differing in the tooth on each sid Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Melandryidae This family contains 17 species on the British list, classified in ten genera and two subfamilies. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit
Key for the identification of British Meloidae The latest checklist lists ten species from three genera. Some of these are very rare. Mike Hackston Yes Online View Edit

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