A long overdue review of the 55 species of freshwater fish in Britain. In it, the authors discuss the reasons for the paucity of British fish species, and identify the reasons for a particular species' distribution within this country. They also discuss the biology and its effect on the ecology of each species, plus methods of investigation, distribution, habitats, conservation, status and identification. Rare and endangered species are highlighted.
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