- Making a customised BSBI distribution map: short video here
- Potamogeton epihydrus: short video here
- Water Horsetail ID video
- Great Horsetail ID video
- Marsh Horsetail ID video
- Tasselweed ID video here
- Tufted Forget-me-not ID video
- Creeping Forget-me-not ID video
- Forget-me-not ID Key on video
- Native Hawthorns ID video
- Poppy ID video
- Josh Styles: Brilliant British Botany
- New Journal of Botany: short video here
Monday, 1 July 2013
NJB is Journal of the Month.
New Journal of Botany is our publisher's Journal of the Month, so our entire back archive is available to view and download free of charge throughout July. We also have a special webpage, which you can access by clicking here and on which you can read more about the journal and its editors. There is even a short video in which NJB Editor-in-chief Richard Gornall talks about the journal, the BSBI and how he got interested in botany.
So, if you are not a BSBI member, this is your opportunity to read papers published in NJB. If you are already a member, you can now send this link to any non-members who may be interested - much better than handing over your precious copy of NJB, which all members receive by post three times a year. Copies lent out rarely come back, once people have seen the mix of original research papers, opinion pieces, short notes, colour images showing key diagnostic features, reviews of the latest botany books and of course our Plant Records section, which lists all the plants, alien or native, that have been recorded for the first time in a vice-county. Many of NJB's editors have contributed to the Journal of the Month webpage, so please have a look and let us know what you think.