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Pesci del Mediterraneo

Field / Identification Guide
Stefano Gargiullo (Author), Claudio Gargiullo (Author)
216 pages, plates with colour illustrations; colour photos, b/w line drawings
Paperback | Jan 1982 | #201218
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Language: Italian

Pesci del Mediterraneo illustrates 378 species of fish that live in the Mediterranean sea. This book gives details on their identification, habits, and geographical distribution. It is aimed at fishermen and biologists, but remains accessible to the general public.

Summary in Italian:
"Finalmente di nuovo disponibile il classico testo Pesci del Mediterraneo, nel quale vengono illustrate con splendidi disegni a colori ben 378 specie di pesci che vivono nei nostri mari. Come riconoscerle, abitudini di vita, distribuzione geografica, sistemi di pesca. Insomma tutto quanto è necessario conoscere per chiunque, pescatore o biologo o osservatore subacqueo, voglia avere a disposizione un testo di facile consultazione e di immediato utilizzo."

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