Fishes: an introduction to ichthyology
This book provides a comprehensive and current source of information on fishesincluding systematics, zoogeography, behavior, and conservation of fishesthat is often needed by professionals as background for writing accurate reports. This book covers the structure and physiology, evolution and taxonomy, zoogeography, and ecology and conservation of fishes. For fisheries biologists, conservation biologists, and aquatic ecologists that need an up-to-date reference on Ichthyology.
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National Audubon Society Field Guide to Fishes: North America
Carter Rowell Gilbert,James David Williams
No preview available - 2002
STRUCTURE AND FORM
Buoyancy and Thermal Regulation
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