Tutin, T.G., 1980
Umbellifers of the British Isles
Introductory chapters cover Classification and Relationships, Habitat Lists and Cook's Guide.
A conventional indented Dichotomous Key to species is followed by a Multi-access Synoptic Key.
The major portion of the book consists of detailed species accounts facing line-drawings of the plant, leaves, flower, fruit (usually in dorsal and lateral views) and fruit TS.
10km distribution maps are presented two to a page, but these are now superseded by the later BSBI Atlas.
||Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI) (BSBI)
||0 901158 02 X
||All the British species known at the time, plus introduced species "that are of fairly constant occurrence as casuals".
||Line drawings facing the species descriptions.
||With x8 or x10 hand lens.
||Fresh or pressed, but ideally with ripe fruits.
||Generally straightforward, at least if ripe fruits are present.