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National Audubon Society Field Guide to Tropical Marine Fishes: Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, Florida, Bahamas, Bermuda

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The latest addition to America's number one field guide series is a unique survey of the creatures that make the warm waters they inhabit the ... Show synopsis

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  • Excellent Guide Aug 11, 2011
    by Kenamac

    If you snorkel or dive in tropical waters you will be happy you have this book to identify the fish you see and it will enrich your future dives.

  • For people who lives near the Gulf of Mexico Feb 11, 2010
    by poliglota06

    The guide is organized in three main sections. The "Biology of Fishes" section includes detailed ilustrations and provides the user with all the information to identify the fishes that sees. Additionally, discusses the clasification, anatomy and life history of fishes, as well as counting and measuring systems.
    The section "Organization of the Guide" explains how the guide works, and the secton "Marine habitats of the Region" describes the region's biogeology and its mayor habitat types.
    A "must" for people who lives near the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.

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