The Book of Indian Shells

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Bombay Natural History Society, 1998 - Nature - 115 pages
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The Book of Indian Shells describes more than 300 common species of shells found along the seashores of India, providing precise descriptions of shell morphology, habits and the habitat of each species. This first field guide to the common shells on India includes 13 full colour plates, bibliography, glossary and index of scientific names. It will be particularly useful to the amateur shell collector or beginner in the field of conchology.

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The best book for beginner,researcher and indian archaeologist.

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Deepak Apte is at Nature Education Officer, Bombay Natural History Society.

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