The standard fish ID reference for underwater naturalists and marine scientists since 1989 just got better! The enlarged 3rd edition has grown by 20 percent including the addition of more than 100 exciting new fish species. The scientifically updated text now boasts 825 classic marine life photographs of 600 common and rare reef fish species. The ...
The standard fish ID reference for underwater naturalists and marine scientists since 1989 just got better! The enlarged 3rd edition has grown by 20 percent including the addition of more than 100 exciting new fish species. The scientifically updated text now boasts 825 classic marine life photographs of 600 common and rare reef fish species. The easy to use, quick-reference format designed for divers makes it a snap to identify the myriad fishes that inhabit the waters of Florida, the Caribbean, Bahamas and now Brazil! Featuring a new durable, cloth-stitched flexi-binding that folds flat for easy use and water-repellent plastic covers.
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Gies, Joe, and Fenton, Karen. Good. Not Library. Not Remainder. Good Book. Trade paperback with plastic comb binding. Audience: General/trade. Good Condition SOFT COVER with Plastic Comb Binding. Written by Paul Humann, edited by Ned Deloach. Published by New World Publications, Jacksonville, FL, 1989, stated first edition, third printing (1992), illustrated, 288pp. Not Library, Not Remainder. The name of a prior owner is written on the bottom closed reading edge. The text is clean with no noticeable marginal notes, highlighting, folds, tears or stains. The comb binding is in good condition. The cover has moderate rubbing and edge wear. Good Book. ISBN: 1878348000. Nonfiction; science; ichthyology; identification guides; scuba diving; fishing; sports; barracuda; bass; blenny; butterfly fish; bonefish; boxfish; sharks; rays; goby; eels; mackerel; puffer; tarpon; triggerfish; wrasse; seahorse; flounder; jack; damselfish; needlefish; parrotfish; snapper; squirrelfish; tilefish; moray; flyingfish;
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