Reef Fishes: A Guide to Their Identification, Behavior, and Captive Care, Book 1

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Microcosm, 1998 - Nature - 624 pages
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The definitive work on the dazzling fishes of the world's coral reefs, especially those of interest to marine aquarists. This first volume of a long-anticipated three-volume set covers reef environments, fish behavior, anatomy, taxonomy, and evolution, with hundreds of species accounts and world-class photographs. Reviewers are hailing it as "must have reference" for marine fish enthusiasts, as well as for divers, snorkelers, and coral reef naturalists.

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Contents

Foreword by Dr John E Randall
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The History Anatomy of Reef Fishes
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Taxonomy
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About the author (1998)

SCOTT W. MICHAEL is a lifelong marine fishkeeper who has become one of the world's leading underwater reef photographers as well as a renowned coral fish researcher. A former aquarium store owner, he has personally kept many of the species he covers in his books and has also observed them in their native habitats. In addition to the four volumes of the Reef Fishes series, he is the author of the bestselling PocketExpert Guide: Marine Fishes and PocketExpert Guide: Reef Aquarium Fishes.He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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