By: Samuel F Hildebrand and William C Schroeder
For each species included in the book, the authors provide common names, descriptions (in language as non-technical as possible), diagnostic characteristics, variations, food and feeding habits, spawning, embryology and larval development, growth rates, relative abundance, commercial importance, habitat and specimens in the Smithsonian collection.
Originally published as Bulletin of the US Bureau of Fisheries, Volume XLIII, 1927, Parts I and II.
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