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Bivalve Shells of Florida An Identification Guide to the Common Species of Florida and the Southeast

Field / Identification Guide
By: Trish Hartmann
183 pages, 526 col photos
Publisher: Anadara Press
Bivalve Shells of Florida
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Bivalve Seashells of Florida is a beautifully photographed, well-organized, detailed field guide to Florida's bivalve seashells. It contains more than 500 high-resolution colour photographs, as well as species descriptions that include key identification features, comparisons with similar species, geographic range, and habitat type. All of the common Florida species are included, as well as many of the uncommon and rare species, making this book indispensable for any Florida shell collector. Divers, educators, marine science students will also find this book highly useful. The text reflects the latest developments in bivalve taxonomy.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Trish Hartmann
183 pages, 526 col photos
Publisher: Anadara Press
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