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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Echinoderms

Brittle Stars, Sea Urchins and Feather Stars of British Columbia, Southeast Alaska and Puget Sound

Field / Identification Guide
By: Philip Lambert and William C Austin
150 pages, colour photos, b&w illus
Brittle Stars, Sea Urchins and Feather Stars of British Columbia, Southeast Alaska and Puget Sound
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  • Brittle Stars, Sea Urchins and Feather Stars of British Columbia, Southeast Alaska and Puget Sound ISBN: 9780772656186 Paperback Oct 2007 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Describes and illustrates 34 species of brittle stars, sea urchins, and feather stars inhabiting the coastal waters of Puget Sound, the Alaska Panhandle, and British Columbia. As with previous Royal BC Museum Handbooks on sea stars and sea cucumbers, this book contains photographs and illustrations to help identify the species in each class: 24 brittle stars, 8 sea urchins, and 2 feather stars. The species descriptions provide all the details to satisfy the professional biologist, yet the easy-going style of the authors makes this book suitable for anyone interested in coastal marine life.

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Philip Lambert is curator of marine invertebrates at the Royal BC Museum. William C. Austin is director of the Marine Ecology Centre in Sidney, BC, and principal of the Khoyatan Marine Laboratory research facility.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Philip Lambert and William C Austin
150 pages, colour photos, b&w illus
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