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Fishes of South Dakota

Field / Identification Guide
By: Reeve M Bailey(Author), Marvin Allum(Author)
Fishes of South Dakota
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  • Fishes of South Dakota ISBN: 9780472750122 Paperback Oct 2016 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Paperback reprint of a book originally published in 1962.

This book assembles information on the fish fauna of South Dakota into a conveniently usable form. Ninety-three species are described with precise data on distribution and measurements. Additionally, Fishes of South Dakota attempts (1) to collect and identify published records of South Dakota fishes, (2) to present keys for the identification of fishes known or expected to occur in South Dakota, (3) to record original distributional data based on 137 fish collections taken throughout the state, (4) to solve some problems involving the systematic status of certain South Dakota species, (5) to clarify or extend information on the distribution of several species in the adjoining Plains area, and (6) to determine the geographic sources of origin of South Dakota fishes and to interpret routes of postglacial dispersal.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Reeve M Bailey(Author), Marvin Allum(Author)
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