Baensch Marine Atlas, Volume 3
This striking third volume contains a profusion of unusual and beautiful reef creatures, including giant clams, starfishes, urchins, sea cucumbers, octopuses, crinoids, fanworms, feather dusters, tunicates, and other invertebrates of interest to aquarists and underwater naturalists.
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