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Balfour Browne, F.  (1938) The aquatic Coleoptera of the Outer Hebrides. Scottish Naturalist 1938: 33-46

Balfour Browne, F.  (1953) The Aquatic Coleoptera of the Western Scottish Islands with a discussion on their sources of origin and means of arrival. Entomologist's Gazette 4: 79-127

Balfour, J. H. & Babington, C. C.  (1844) Account of a Botanical Excursion to Skye and the Outer Hebrides, during the month of August 1841. Transactions of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh 1: 133-144

Ball, S. & McLean, I. F. G.  (1986) Sciomyzidae Recording Scheme. Preliminary Atlas. Sciomyzidae Recording Scheme Newsletter   

Ball, S.& Morris, R.  (1995) Working maps of hoverflies in Great Britain. Dipterists Forum, Hoverfly Recording Scheme  

Ball, S., Morris, R. & Rotherhay, G.  (2012) Atlas of the Hoverflies of Great Britain (Diptera, Syrphidae) 2012. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology  

Ball, T. & Watling, R.  (1976) The Agarics of Mingulay. Bulletin British Mycological Society 10: 67-69

Ball, T. R.  (1976) An investigation into the soils and vegetation, including fungi, of Mingulay, Outer Hebrides. University of Aberystwyth. Thesis  

Barne, J. H., Robson, C. F., Kaznowska, S. S., Doody, J. P., Davidson, N. C. & Buck, A. L.  (1997) Coasts and Seas of the United Kingdom: Regions 1 to 17 (1995–1998). Regions 15 & 16. North-west Scotland: the Western Isles and west Highland. Coastal Directories, Joint Nature Conservation Committee  

Barrett Hamilton, G. E. H.  (1899) On the species of the genus Mus inhabiting St. Kilda. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 67 (1): 77-88

Barrett Hamilton, G. E. H.  (1899) On two recently described mice from St Kilda. Annals of Scottish Natural History 31: 129-140

Barrett Hamilton, G. E. H.  (1906) On a collection of mice (Mus hirtensis and M. muralis) from St Kilda. Annals of Scottish Natural History 57: 01-4

Barrington, R. M.  (1866) Notes on the flora of St Kilda. Journal of Botany 24: 213-216

Bateman, R. M.  (2011) Glacial progress: do we finally understand the narrow-leaved marsh-orchids?. New Journal of Botany 1 (1): 2-15

Bateman, R., Denholm, I.  (2010) The "Hebridean Marsh-Orchid": Nomenclatural and conceptual clarification of a biological enigma. Edinburgh Journal of Botany 52: 55-63

Bates, C. R., Moore, C. G., Malthus, T., Harries, D. B., Austin, W., Mair, J. M. & Karpouzli, E.  (2004) Broad scale mapping of sublittoral habitats in The Sound of Barra, Scotland. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report Number 5  

Baxter, J. M., Boyd, I. L., Cox, M., Donald, A. E., Malcolm, S. J., Miles, H., Miller, B. & Moffat, C. F.  (2011) Scotland's Marine Atlas - Information for the National Marine Plan. Scottish Field Unit, Nature Conservancy Council  

Beare, T. H.  (1905) Notes on some Coleoptera from the Flannan Islands. Annals of Scottish Natural History 53: 20-22

Beare, T. H.  (1908) Notes on the Coleoptera from St Kilda. Annals of Scottish Natural History 17: 30-33

Beare, T. H.  (1916) Notes on the Coleoptera from St Kilda. Scottish Naturalist 58: 258-260

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