Reef Fishes: A Guide to Their Identification, Behavior, and Captive Care, Book 1
Microcosm, 1998 - Nature - 624 pages
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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Foreword by Dr John E Randall
The History Anatomy of Reef Fishes
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