By: Penelope A Farrant
202 pages, 210 col photos, illus, figs, tabs
Marine biologist Penny Farrant brings together the threads of a fascinating topic in this exploration and celebration of the diversity and significance of colours in nature - how they are produced, how they are perceived, and their probable function and purpose.
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