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

Eggs and Larvae of North Sea Fishes

Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Munk and Jorgen G Nielsen
215 pages, b/w drawings
Publisher: Biofolia
Eggs and Larvae of North Sea Fishes
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  • Eggs and Larvae of North Sea Fishes ISBN: 9788791319242 Hardback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Presents the early stages of about hundred common fishes in a standardized, illustrative layout, affording effective guidance to the investigation and identification of these stages.

Emphasis is put on the illustration by clear figures and on the precision of main diagnostic characters. Each species is presented in a standard two-paged format with description of development and corresponding figures of five characteristic stages; and with additional paragraphs which describe the adult characters and biology and specify the distinct characters of the larva. The series of identification sheets is introduced by a set of short, reviewing chapters, emphasizing the research history and methods, and the early stage morphology and ecology.

Due to their great importance in the plankton ecosystem and in fish stock replenishment, the fish eggs and larvae attract interest from a wide range of researchers. This book will be a valuable tool to the scientist and technician who need to make correct identification of collected fish larvae, and want additional information on the early development of the species.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Munk and Jorgen G Nielsen
215 pages, b/w drawings
Publisher: Biofolia
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