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An Underwater Guide to Indonesia

Field / Identification Guide
By: R Charles Anderson
160 pages, Col photos
An Underwater Guide to Indonesia
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Colourful introduction to the diversity of marine life found in Indonesia. Includes more than 250 magnificent color photographs, essential information on the marine life of the Archipelago, from corals to marine reptiles, sea snails to lobsters, bottomhuggers to pufferfishes, starfish to sea slugs, and a comprehensive marine life section to aid in the identification of each particular species and its habitat.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: R Charles Anderson
160 pages, Col photos
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