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Freshwater Fishes, Southern Africa - Poster: All the Smaller Indigenous and Introduced Species

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By: Paul H Skelton(Illustrator)
colour illustrations and maps, size: 594 × 900 mm, double-laminated
Manufacturer: Korck Publishing
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Freshwater Fishes, Southern Africa - Poster: All the Smaller Indigenous and Introduced Species

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This poster illustrates 123 freshwater fish species found in Southern African waters, ranging in size from very small indeed (approximately 20 mm) to not much more than 160 mm.

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By: Paul H Skelton(Illustrator)
colour illustrations and maps, size: 594 × 900 mm, double-laminated
Manufacturer: Korck Publishing
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