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Hitodegaidobukku [Sea Stars and Brittle Stars in Japanese Waters]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Saba Masaki(Author), Irimura Seiichi(Author), Soyama Isamu(Author)
135 pages, colour photos
Hitodegaidobukku  [Sea Stars and Brittle Stars in Japanese Waters]
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Language: Japanese with scientific nomenclature and name index

This field guide to sea stars and brittle stars in Japanese waters covers about 150 species, 25 of which are new to science. Each species entry contains concise information about identification, ecology, and distribution.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Saba Masaki(Author), Irimura Seiichi(Author), Soyama Isamu(Author)
135 pages, colour photos
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