Reptile Id - UK Field Guide

Reptile Id - UK Field Guide

By Mullen & Pohland GbR

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2010-07-20
  • Current Version: 8.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 62.91 MB
  • Developer: Mullen & Pohland GbR
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 9 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $3.99
Reptile Id - UK Field Guide App Ratings: 2.5
2.5
From 9 Reviews
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Reptile Id - UK Field Guide App Description

Reptile Id will help you identify every single species of reptile and amphibian of the British Isles. No. 3 in BBC Countryfile's top 10 smartphone apps. Herptile Id is an easy to use but comprehensive field guide. All native species and introduced species are covered. Have you ever seen a lizard basking on an old stone wall, or seen a snake slither away through the grass ? If you have, you will know the excitement of seeing some of our lesser known wildlife. Have you found a frog in the garden, or seen newts in the local pond ? Reptile Id will help you easily and quickly identify the species you have seen. Identification can be enjoyed by the whole family, and can engage children with the natural world around them. For the herptile enthusiast, there is comprehensive anatomical and ecological information for every species covered, along with the legislative protection given to the species. SUNBIRD field guides are the only products on the market that use the KUSAM species identification methodology. This state of the art method is a modern taxonomic keying system designed specifically for use on mobile devices. SUNBIRD apps are created by professional published ecologists and species specialists. Accept no cheap imitations!

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App Reviews

  • Price is a donation

    1
    By Eskimole
    No use from this app whatsoever
  • Lost $3.99

    1
    By Halfscent
    Great for Great Britain but not for the US.
  • nope

    1
    By bootgal
    no help with newts at all
  • The app was barely, if at all useful...

    2
    By Brad Schneider
    There are very few animals and it didn't help me identify my newts.

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