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Color Atlas of Economic Molluscs from the South China Sea [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna
By: Wen Yang(Author)
271 pages, plates with 963 colour photos and colour illustrations; v/w line drawings
Color Atlas of Economic Molluscs from the South China Sea [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature and name index

Color Atlas of Economic Molluscs from the South China Sea figures all Polyplacophora (5 species), Gastropoda (543 species), Scaphopoda (4 species), Bivalvia (372 species) and Cephalopoda (39 species) of economic importance known to occur in South China Seas. The figures are of high quality, each specimen is scaled. Bivalves are shown with their hinge, scars of the muscles and palial line.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Wen Yang(Author)
271 pages, plates with 963 colour photos and colour illustrations; v/w line drawings
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