A Practical Guide to the Marine Animals of Northeastern North America
This guide to the marine life from Nova Scotia to North Carolina is designed for the nonexpert, but aims also to provide coverage to meet the needs of those conducting biotic surveys and advanced studies in the region, with information in illustrated tabular form.
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Ranging from the Canadian maritime provinces to Cape Hatteras, this comprehensive field guide covers macrofauna, i.e., both vertebrates and invertebrates visible to the unaided eye, that live from ... Read full review
An excellent book to have in a meio-fauna laboratory! The keying is clear and un-complicated and the artwork excellent. This volume was one of my two essential quick reference texts whilst doing taxonomic research on meio-fauna from the St. Lawrence estuaries. Laboratory work done at Le Biodome de Montreal, 1999, 2003-04.
F.McLaughlin, biological research assistant (1999, 2003-04) to Serge Parent, Ph.D., Biodome de Montreal.
Groups of Marine Invertebrates
Ectoparasites and Commensals
Eggs and Egg Masses
Phylum Porifera Sponges
Chapters Phylum Cnidaria
Phylum Ctenophora Comb Jellies
Phylum Nemertea Rhynchocoela Ribbon Worms
Appendix Recommendations for Anesthetization Fixation
Illustration Credits and Sources
Phylum Ectoprocta or Bryozoa