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Economically Important Sharks and Rays of Indonesia

Field / Identification Guide
By: WT White, PR Last, JD Stevens and GK Yearsley
329 pages, Col photos, maps, illus
Economically Important Sharks and Rays of Indonesia
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Language: Bilingual in English and Indonesian

Obtaining reliable species composition and abundance data from catches is essential for effective fishery management. Field guides are needed to assist fishery biologist with species identification, but no such identification guide to sharks and rays of Indonesia existed prior to this publication. This comprehensive guide, written in both English and Indonesian, is the first of its kind to provide identifications of the sharks and rays marketed in Indonesia. Its user-friendly layout contains information on identifying features, size, distibution, common names, habitat, biology and conservation status of about 140 species.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: WT White, PR Last, JD Stevens and GK Yearsley
329 pages, Col photos, maps, illus
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