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Freshwater Fishes of Australia, Volume 2 Rainbowfishes, Blue-Eyes, Hardyheads

Flora / Fauna
By: Gunther Schmida(Author)
184 pages, 300+ colour photos, distribution maps
Freshwater Fishes of Australia, Volume 2
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Updated edition. Based on over 60 years of experience, this book is the most comprehensive record of all currently known Australian rainbowfish and blue-eyes, including many of their forms, as well as most known hardyheads and their variations. The 300 plus images show all fish in their best condition and with expanded fins to allow easier identification of the species. Habitat shots, distribution maps and up to date informative text make this book a must for anyone interested in this unique part of the Australian fauna.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Gunther Schmida(Author)
184 pages, 300+ colour photos, distribution maps
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