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Field Guides & Natural History  Marine & Freshwater Biology  Fishes  Fishes: General

Classification and Identification of Freshwater Fishes [India]

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Chandrashekhar J Hiware(Author), Rajkumar T Pawar(Author), Jaiprakash M Gaikwad(Author), Smita R Sonawane(Author), DK Belsare(Foreword By), RC Bhagat(Foreword By), Ashok Mohekar(Foreword By), DR Khanna(Foreword By)
119 pages, 77 b/w photos, 1 map
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Language: English

Classification and Identification of Freshwater Fishes presents the general aspects of the fish identification and the systematics of fishes collected from different localities of Marathwada region of Maharashtra State, India. The book is organized in four main chapters. The first chapter describes the main components of general aspects, classification and key for the identification of fishes. The second chapter deals with the morphological variations. The third chapter presents various measurements and counts used for the diagnosis. Finally, the fourth chapter is devoted to the systematics of fishes.

Contents

Forewords
Preface

1. General aspects of fishes
2. Morphological variation
3. Measurements and counts used for the diagnoses
4. Systematic section

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Chandrashekhar J Hiware(Author), Rajkumar T Pawar(Author), Jaiprakash M Gaikwad(Author), Smita R Sonawane(Author), DK Belsare(Foreword By), RC Bhagat(Foreword By), Ashok Mohekar(Foreword By), DR Khanna(Foreword By)
119 pages, 77 b/w photos, 1 map
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