A Pocket Guide to Seashells & the Seashore
"Provides detailed descriptions to enable easy identification of numerous different species found on the seashores of the world; illustrated throughout with superb color photographs; fact boxes and locator maps provide essential infomration about taxonomy, distribution, and size."--Cover.
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The Littoral Zone
The High Tide Zone
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