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By: Peter A Henderson(Author)
CD book for Windows and Mac, with fully searchable text and navigation
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New multimedia CD-book from Pisces, drawing on the huge amount of material assembled by Henderson, one of the leading authorities on Amazonian fish.
From the publisher's announcement:
An invaluable resource for aquarists, and anyone interested in Amazonian ecology.
This multimedia CD presents an array of in-depth information on the topic, written by an expert in the field. The original texts, photographs and videos are presented with an array of features designed both to make research easier in finding the facts you need, and to make the material accessible to amateurs. Graphs, tables and diagrams present original and complete recordings, in addition to the comprehensive texts.
Many popular aquarium fish originate in Amazonia; anyone interested in either the fish or the ecology of the region will find this CD invaluable. Information is not limited to the fish; plants, animals, birds, and even human life is discussed, to provide a remarkable insight. With hundreds of original colour photographs, maps, and diagrams, Peter Henderson provides one of the most complete reference works about the region ever published.
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