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Fishes of the Eastern Mediterranean

By: D Golani, B Ozturk, N Basusta and David Darom
260 pages, Col photos, col & b/w illus, map
Fishes of the Eastern Mediterranean
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  • Fishes of the Eastern Mediterranean ISBN: 9789758825127 Paperback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Comprehensive colour guide to all known fish species of the Eastern Mediterranean. Over 470 species are described, including migrant and indigenous. Each species descriptions consists of a colour image, scientific and common name, information on size and distinctive characters, as well as a short paragraph on habitats and life history.

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By: D Golani, B Ozturk, N Basusta and David Darom
260 pages, Col photos, col & b/w illus, map
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