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Field Guides & Natural History  Marine & Freshwater Biology  Marine Biology  Marine Fauna & Flora

Coral Reefs Philippines

Field / Identification Guide Divers Guide
By: Andrey S Ryanskiy(Author)
201 pages, colour photos
Coral Reefs Philippines
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About this book

The first and only photo guide solely dedicated to marine animals of Philippines you are likely to see while diving or snorkeling. Covers 1600 species, including Philippines endemics, new to science and undescribed species. Fishes, turtles, shrimps, crabs, nudibranchs, corals, all are beautifully illustrated in natural surroundings. Inside Coral Reefs Philippines:

- The most comprehensive photo guide to Philippine marine life, covering fishes, turtles, invertebrates and marine plants
- Designed for divers, snorkelers and marine life lovers
- Features near 1600 species, among them new species and new records of fishes and invertebrates for the Philippines
- All photographs taken in natural environment, no anaesthetic or sedatives substances were used on animals
- Small and compact enough to be taken for your next dive trip

Contents

Introduction
The Bernese Oberland
The Mountains
Getting There
Public Transport in the Bernese Oberland
Accommodation
Weather
Notes for Walkers
Suggested Equipment List
Recommended Maps
Using this Guide
Information at a Glance

Haslital
Route 1 Engstlenalp – Schwarzental
Route 2 Engstlenalp – Hinderarni – Reuti – Meiringen
Route 3 Engstlenalp – Tannenalp – Melchsee-Frutt
Route 4 Innertkirchen – Urbachtal – Gauli Hut
Route 5 Innertkirchen – Guttannen – Grimsel Hospice
Route 6 Grimsel Hospice – Lauteraar Hut
Route 7 Meiringen – Rosenlaui
Route 8 Meiringen – Schwarzwaldalp – Grosse Scheidegg – Grindelwald

Lütschental
Route 9 Schynige Platte – Faulhorn – Faulhorn – First
Route 10 Saxeten – Wilderswil
Route 11 Grindelwald (Bussalp) – Faulhorn
Route 12 Grindelwald (First) – Faulhorn – Bussalp – Grindelwald
Route 13 Grindelwald (Grosse Scheidegg) – Bachsee – Faulhorn
Route 14 Grindelwald (First) – Bachsee
Route 15 Grindelwald (First) – Uf Spitzen – Bussalp
Route 16 Grindelwald (First) – Waldspitz – Bussalp
Route 17 Grindelwald (First) – Hagelsee – Wildgärst – Grosse Chrinne – First
Route 18 Grindelwald (Hotel Wetterhorn) – Gleckstein Hut
Route 19 Grindelwald (Hotel Wetterhorn) – Milchbach – Pfingstegg
Route 20 Grindelwald (Pfingstegg) – Berghaus Bäregg
Route 21 Grindelwald (Pfingstegg) – Bäregg – Schreckhorn Hut
Route 22 Grindelwald – Alpiglen
Route 23 Grindelwald – Grund – Alpiglen
Route 24 Alpiglen – Eiger Trail – Eigergletscher – Kleine Scheidegg
Route 25 Kleine Scheidegg (Eigergletscher) – Eiger Trail – Alpiglen
Route 26 Grindelwald – Grund – Männlichen
Route 27 Grindelwald (Berggasthaus Männlichen) – Kleine Scheidegg
Route 28 Grindelwald (Berggasthaus Männlichen) – Alpiglen – Grund – Grindelwald
Route 29 Grindelwald – Grund – Kleine Scheidegg – Wengen

Lauterbrunnental
Route 30 Isenfluh – Sulsseeli – Suls-Lobhorn Hut
Route 31 Isenfluh – Bällehöchst – Saxeten
Route 32 Isenfluh – Soustal – Grütschalp
Route 33 Lauterbrunnen – Grütschalp
Route 34 Grütschalp – Mürren
Route 35 Grütschalp – Mürren – Gimmelwald – Stechelberg
Route 36 Lauterbrunnen – Stechelberg
Route 37 Lauterbrunnen – Wengen
Route 38 Wengen – Leiterhorn – Burglauenen
Route 39 Wengen (Männlichen) – Wengen
Route 40 Wengen (Männlichen) – Kleine Scheidegg – Wengernalp – Wengen
Route 41 Wengen – Wengernalp
Route 42 Wengen (Eigergletscher) – Prechalp – Trümmelbach – Lauterbrunnen
Route 43 Stechelberg – Rottal Hut
Route 44 Stechelberg – Obersteinberg
Route 45 Stechelberg – Obersteinberg – Stechelberg
Route 46 Obersteinberg – Oberhornsee
Route 47 Obersteinberg – Schmadri Hut – Stechelberg
Route 48 Obersteinberg – Tanzbödeli – Stechelberg
Route 49 Gimmelwald – Sefinental – Tanzbödeli
Route 50 Gimmelwald – Sefinental – Rotstock Hut
Route 51 Gimmelwald – Sefinental – Oberberg – Mürren
Route 52 Mürren (Allmendhubel) – Suppenalp – Mürren
Route 53 Mürren – Suppenalp – Rotstock Hut – Mürren
Route 54 Mürren – Spielbodenalp – Sprütz – Gimmelwald – Mürren
Route 55 Mürren – Schilthorn Hut – Schilthorn
Route 56 Mürren (Rotstock Hut) – Schilthorn
Route 57 Mürren (Schilthorn) – Schiltalp – Blumental – Mürren
Route 58 Mürren – Grütschalp – Mürren
Route 59 Mürren – Sefinenfurke – Griesalp

Kiental
Route 60 Reichenbach – Engelgiess – Kiental
Route 61 Reichenbach – Gehrihorn
Route 62 Kiental (Ramslauenen) – Chüeweid – Aris – Kiental
Route 63 Kiental – Aris – Frutigen
Route 64 Kiental – Kilchfluh Pass – Grütschalp
Route 65 Griesalp – Golderli – Tschingelsee – Pochtenfall – Griesalp
Route 66 Griesalp – Hohtürli – Blüemlisalp Hut
Route 67 Griesalp – Hohtürli – Kandersteg

Kandertal
Route 68 Kandersteg (Öeschinen chairlift) – Öeschinensee
Route 69 Kandersteg – Hohtürli – Blüemlisalp Hut
Route 70 Kandersteg – Öeschinensee – Fründen Hut
Route 71 Kandersteg – Doldenhorn Hut
Route 72 Kandersteg (Selden) – Kanderfirn
Route 73 Kandersteg (Selden) – Kandersteg
Route 74 Kandersteg (Selden) – Mutthorn Hut – Petersgrat – Fafleralp/Lötschental
Route 75 Kandersteg (Selden) – Lötschenpass – Ferden/Lötschental
Route 76 Kandersteg – Gasterntal – Balmhorn Hut
Route 77 Kandersteg – Sunnbüel – Gemmipass
Route 78 Kandersteg – Sunnbüel – Lämmeren Hut
Route 79 Kandersteg (Allmenalp) – Usser Üschene – Kandersteg
Route 80 Kandersteg (Allmenalp) – First – Stand – Kandersteg
Route 81 Kandersteg – Bunderchrinde – Adelboden
Route 82 Kandersteg – Schedelsgrättli – Artelengrat – Engstligenalp

Engstligental
Route 83 Adelboden – Engstligenalp
Route 84 Adelboden – Unter dem Berg – Hinterberg – Engstligenalp
Route 85 Adelboden (Engstligenalp) – Ammertenpass – Lenk
Route 86 Adelboden (Engstligenalp) – Ammertenpass – Iffigenalp
Route 87 Adelboden – Hahnenmoos – Lenk

Ober Simmental
Route 88 Lenk (Büelberg) – Hahnenmoos – Pommernpass – Oberried
Route 89 Lenk (Iffigenalp) – Iffigsee
Route 90 Lenk (Iffigenalp) – Iffigsee – Iffighorn
Route 91 Lenk (Iffigenalp) – Iffigsee – Wildhorn Hut
Route 92 Wildhorn Hut – Chüetungel – Gelten Hut
Route 93 Lenk (Leiterli) – Tungelpass – Wildhorn Hut – Iffigenalp
Route 94 Lenk (Leiterli) – Tungelpass – Pöschenried – Lenk
Route 95 Lenk (Leiterli) – Trüttlisberg Pass – Lauenen
Route 96 Lenk – Trüttlisberg Pass – Lauenen
Route 97 Lenk – Trüttlisberg Pass – Turbachal – Gstaad

Lauenental
Route 98 Lauenen – Lauenensee
Route 99 Lauenen – Geltenschuss – Gelten Hut
Route 100 Gelten Hut – Chüetungel – Lauenen
Route 101 Lauenen – Krinnen Pass – Gsteig
Route 102 Lauenen – Höhi Wispile – Gstaad

Saanental
Route 103 Gsteig – Krinnen Pass – Hinderi Wispile – Gsteig
Route 104 Gsteig – Blattipass – Col du Pillon
Route 105 Gsteig – Blattipass – Arnensee – Feutersoey
Route 106 Col du Pillon – Lac Retaud – Col du Pillon
Route 107 Col du Pillon – Col de Voré – Seeberg – Feutersoey

Multi-Day Tours
Route 108 Oberland Passes
Route 109 Tour of the Jungfrau Region
Route 110 Tour of the Wildhorn
 
Appendix A Useful contacts
Appendix B Glossary
Appendix C Further reading

Customer Reviews

Biography

Andrey Ryanskiy is an observing naturalist and expert underwater photographer. He attained the highest possible diver's certificates (Divemaster, Adv Trimix, Full Cave). Since that time he has traveled the world with his camera, never hitting the water without it and has logged several thousand dives. Underwater photography for him is an instrument to promote the education and the care of the oceans and its inhabitants.

Field / Identification Guide Divers Guide
By: Andrey S Ryanskiy(Author)
201 pages, colour photos
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