Reef fish identification: Florida, Caribbean, Bahamas

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New World Publications, 1989 - Nature - 267 pages
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Caribbean fish ID

User Review  - Mimor - Borders

This is an excellent book with which to ID reef fish in the Caribbean and Bahamas. It is well organized, gives great relevant information that helps narrow you choices, and has great photos. If you will be doing some diving in the Caribbean, this book will be invaluable to ID what you see. Read full review

Reef Fish Identification

User Review  - triciadiver -

This is a great book for divers in the Caribbean! What a wonderful feeling to confirm what you see when underwater! Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Paul Humann is the author of handy aquatic books including Reef Coral Identification: Florida Caribbean Bahamas Including Marine Plants and Coastal Fish Identification: California to Alaska. Complete with full-color photographs, the books fully identify each fish, with details including size, distinctive features, habitat, and reaction to divers. Intelligently cross-referenced, these books enable the user to find specific information in a variety of ways, including by color and shape. Paul Humann spent many years as a successful lawyer in Wichita, Kans. He began photographing marine life in 1964 and was fortunate enough to have several pictures published. He left his practice in 1972 to pursue his dream. He bought a live-aboard diving cruiser and studied aquatic life for several years. He has studied and written extensively about marine life and his work has appeared in numerous publications.

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