Reef Fish Identification: Tropical Pacific
New World Publications, 2015 - Nature - 475 pages
Disk-shaped/Colorful -- Large ovals -- Small ovals: Damselfishes -- Sloping heads/Tapered bodies -- Silvery -- Slender schoolers/Colorful -- Heavy bodies/Large lips -- Swim with pectoral fins: Parrotfishes -- Swim with pectoral fins: Wrasses -- Reddish/Big eyes -- Cardinalfishes -- Cryptic crevice dwellers -- Elongate sand et burrow dwellers -- Small, elongate bottom dwellers: Gobies -- Small, elongate bottom dwellers: Blennies -- Odd-shaped bottom dwellers -- Odd-shaped swimmers -- Pipefishes et seahorses -- Eels -- Sharks et rays.
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Another Great Fish ID BookUser Review - jimg20 - Overstock.com
The quality of the photos and description of the fish is excellent. The first few pages tell the reader how the book and fish are organized into groups. There is also a series of diagrams to give the reader a vocabulary to describe a fish themselves. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - koeniel - LibraryThing
Before we found Kuiter’s 7 Tonozuka’s Indonesian Reef Fishes book, this Reef Fish Identification Tropical Pacific by Allen et al was our favourite. It is very comprehensive, and unlike many other ... Read full review